Regus PLC’s Share Price Doubles on Office Space Surge (Bloomberg)
The world’s largest operator of serviced offices, Regus PLC, has seen its share price more than double since October 2012. Mark Dixon, CEO and founder of the company, has doubled his fortune as the demand for flexible office space has soared over the last year. According to Dixon, this is just the beginning for Regus, “We think our growth is still just in its infancy.” For investors, the question becomes this: do you side with Dixon that shares will continue to advance, or do you think that a 106 percent gain in the last year will be the peak?
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