At Thomson Financial Services Inc.'s annual general meeting this spring, president and chief executive officer Andrew Mills delivered a state-of-the-company address that assessed its record for 1992 and outlined plans for the future. In the talk, Mills, not surprisingly, emphasized the vendor's strengths and projected a $60 million increase in revenues for 1993.
According to a transcript of Mills' remarks at the April 13 meeting, the chief executive reaffirmed Thomson's commitment to several
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