On the money: Thorntons upbeat despite profit plunge

By Katy Askew | 15 February 2012

Thorntons management today (15 February) said that the UK chocolate group is on the right track to reverse declining profits, despite the company booking a 92% fall in first-half pre-tax earnings.

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Thorntons management today (15 February) said that the UK chocolate group is on the right track to reverse declining profits, despite the company booking a 92% fall in first-half pre-tax earnings.

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