Networking reseller Azlan has made a public apology to people who held its shares before they were peremptorily pulled at 555p last June.
That followed an audit from Price Waterhouse which questioned certain practices in its accounts.
Barrie Morgans, drafted in after retiring from IBM two years ago to fix the company, said yesterday that the Azlan story was ?an awful little story?.
The company re-floats today on the UK Stock Exchange but the price will depend on how people buying them value the shares.
Azlan, admitted Morgans, was vulnerable to a takeover bid.
But, he insisted, the company was still viable and with its staff of 1,500 will continue selling its services in the UK.
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