Froggatt takes the boring route to growth

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 10 August 2004

Since taking over the helm at Scottish & Newcastle, Tony Froggatt has steered a steady and by his own admission unspectacular course. Reporting on the brewer's six-month results, Olly Wehring found that Frogggatt's approach has been positive for S&N but asks how long it will be before investors look for the company to step up the pace.

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Since taking over the helm at Scottish & Newcastle, Tony Froggatt has steered a steady and by his own admission unspectacular course. Reporting on the brewer's six-month results, Olly Wehring found that Frogggatt's approach has been positive for S&N but asks how long it will be before investors look for the company to step up the pace.

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