PracticePeople In PracticeCORRECTION: Michael Page

CORRECTION: Michael Page

In a story published on AccountancyAge.com on 20 August headlined 'Michael Page sees profits fall' we wrote that the company's shareprice had fallen to 23p in July this year. We would like to point out that it never fell to that level but was at a price of 123p at the time in question.

In the same article we wrote that the company ‘was hit by accounting scandals’. We would like to clarify that at no time was there any question about the integrity of Michael Page’s accounts.

We would also like to correct comments made about Lord Wakeham, the former chairman of Michael Page. Lord Wakeham retired from his post at Michael Page and did not resign.

We would like to apologise for our error.

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