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Hornby rejects takeover offer from majority shareholder
Hornby, the lossmaking toy manufacturer of Airfix planes and Scalextric cars, says it is “significantly undervalued” by a takeover offer from its majority shareholder Phoenix Asset Management.
Hornby investors urged to reject reluctant Phoenix bid  
Going off the rails? Hornby rubbishes Phoenix's takeover offer  
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