The Financial Mail on Sunday's Midas column tipped shares of retirement products specialist, Just Group, to readers, pointing to the likelihood of a period of sustained growth in the business and its boss's track record.
Richard Harpin, the home repairs tycoon, will invest £110m of his personal fortune in medium-sized businesses in a bid to save the UK High Street. Last year, Harpin sold HomeServe, the company that he founded in 1993 to Brookfield for over £4bn, netting him and his wife roughly £500m. Harpin says his main goal is not the return on investment, but rather to help get the country and economy going by helping businesses to scale up. He will also bring to the table his 45 years of experience as an entrepreneur.
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