Norton Rose posts £833m turnover at end of acquisitive year

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  • So 4 seperately run firms who do not share profits or resources have, in total (between the four of them) run up a large number in revenue. Between the four of them. Oh, and they share a name. Even though they're different firms that don't share profits or resources.
    Not really much of a story when you look at it this way, is it?

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  • @ Anonymous | 17-May-2012 5:54 pm - You can look it that way, but you would be wrong.
    The firms are operationally integrated and have, or are rapidly in the process of creating, a single management, brand, IT system, billing system, know how system, office network and employee roll.
    Full financial integration will inevitably happen in time but this is already one firm.

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