Farmer, huntsman and one‐time business entrepreneur, John King would seem to typify the capitalist figure. But behind his current chairmanship of Babcock and Wilcox—the £126m engineering and contracting group —lies a diverse (and sometimes stormy) career which began as a social experiment in a depressed Yorkshire mining area. Ken Gooding reports.
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