Specialist Computer Holdings (SCH) tweaked the nose of the recession to record double-digit sales and profit rises in fiscal 2012 ended March. According to unaudited numbers seen by El Reg, the Midlands-based parent of reseller SCC and distie group SDG grew turnover 10 per cent to more than £2.75bn and operating profits by 50 …
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Had the same problem earlier, but dropped the matter. After reading your post upon coming back to the article, I reported the second post - hopefully it will be picked up then.
Jude? - you still there?
Sarah, Sarah, wherefore art though?
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So in other words
People are still buying a lot of infrastructure equipment (which they don't do if moeny is tight and things are slow) while the economy is slow. Hm, sounds like businesses are getting indications that things will be picking up, while the governments of certain nations keep spending in spite of debt.
So remind me, why should we support socialist decadence amongst other nations' bureaucracies? Because that's not why I put in 55 hours a week.
Pay rise anyone?
Would be nice if the management shared some of the profits with the staff occasionally seeing as many of them haven't had a pay rise in several years whilst the cost of living has gone up considerably...
Anonymous coward for obvious reasons :-)
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