TORONTO (FNS) -- Executives at Oshawa Group, based here, tried last week to convince angry shareholders that the future is looking brighter despite a period of poor financial showings. Allister Graham, Oshawa's chairman and chief executive officer, acknowledged at the company's annual meeting here that last year's financial results -- as well as the company's performance in the first quarter of this year -- "are clearly unsatisfactory." For the year ended Jan. 27, sales were up 3.6% to ...

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