D&Ri 100 Update

By Lindsay Gale20 March 2008

As often happens with our top lists, we have been informed of misreported financial results in the 2007 d&ri100 listing, both involving UK companies. First is DSM, which was reported as generating a 2006 turnover of US$18 million, a figure obtained from a financial reporting service. The company has informed us that the correct figure should in fact have been US$56.8 million, which would have placed DSM at number 19 in the published table.

The second company who has been misranked is Squibb and Davies, who was reported as having a 2006 turnover of US$39.7 (again obtained via a financial reporting service). This number should in fact have been US$52.1 million, said the company, a value that places the company at number 25 in the listing.

We apologise to both companies for any inconvenience caused.

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