Stakeholders Jump Ship As Rolls-Royce Struggles To Restructure

Credit: Steffen Weigelt/Rolls-Royce
When Rolls-Royce CEO Warren East stood in front of analysts in November with a plan to streamline the company’s structure and cut £200 million ($300 million) of annual costs, he hoped he would calm investor fears. But after four profit warnings in 12 months, there are signs investors are starting to...

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