TIM O'Toole's first full year in charge of Aberdeen rail and bus giant FirstGroup has been somewhat of a bumpy ride.
The City knew which path it wanted him to take: sell off businesses and pay off debt.
Progress has been slower than many had hoped.
An unexpected obstacle in the road has been an economic downturn, exacerbated by state spending cuts, in its heartlands of urban northern England and Scotland.
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