G4S Hit Hard On Many Fronts, But Sucsess Is Inevitable

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Rupert Hargreaves
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G4S plc (LON:GFS) is the world’s leading global integrated security company, with operations in 40 countries around the world. As you might have heard, G4S has fallen on hard times recently. Firstly, the company failed to provide enough security personnel for the London 2012 Olympics, forcing the Army to step in and meet demands. Secondly, an aggressive acquisition strategy over the past few years left the company heavily indebted, forcing management to undertake a rights issue and thirdly, the company has recently been hit by allegations that it has defrauded the British government. These allegations are pretty serious as G4S stands…

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