Company Overview and News
Sept 28 (Reuters) - Below are company-related news and stories from French and Benelux media which could have an impact on the region’s markets or individual stocks. (9-0)
Webhelp, de Europese marktleider in customer experience en business process outsourcing, kondigt de overname aan van het Franse Greenpoint.
Webhelp, weltweit führender Anbieter für Business Process Outsourcing Services und Experte im Bereich Customer Experience, hat Pläne bekanntgegeben, GreenPoint zu übernehmen, führender Spezialist für "Know Your Customer"-Lösungen (KYC) in Frankreich.
PARIS, July 19 (Reuters) - France's highest administrative court repealed on Wednesday a law on regulated gas prices, under which about half of France's residential clients and 11 percent of professional users buy gas, saying it hurt competition and was against EU regulations.
* EDF still has 86 pct electricity market share (Adds Eni comment on competition, detail on other players)
Dec 30 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1500 GMT on Friday:
I’ve never seen anything like this. Froome, after jogging about 200 yards, tries a neutral bike, but looks like he’s going backwards – and now he’s stopped again! He’s been overtaken by several GC contenders, including Quintana, but the commissaires will have something to say about all of that...
Mark Cavendish on ITV4: "Oh my god, that was terrifying that was like the old days, just wheel surfing. There are almost two finish lines, and I was a little bit too far back so it was carnage in the final straight, there were guys coming everyone.
Greg Van Avermaet soloed to victory on stage five of the Tour de France in Le Lioran to take over the yellow jersey for the first time in his career.
German Marcel Kittel wins the fifth stage of the Tour ahead of Bryan Coquard of France. Photo: Getty Images
Marcel Kittel won stage four of the Tour de France in Limoges in another photo finish.
@LawrenceOstlere Naesen, Gougerard, Irizar & Schillinger: The no nonsense EU negotiating team for your coming Brexit discussions.
“I thought I’d won when I crossed the line, but I couldn’t be sure... I thought André [Greipel] would go because he didn’t win the other day. He got a real second wind, which surprised me”
· The Financial Statements of the Company as at 31 March, 2016 have been prepared on a break-up or realisable value basis while the Financial Statements of the Company as at 30 September, 2015 were prepared on a going-concern, fair value basis, as explained in the Chairman's Statement
Pursuant to the placing, the sale of this holding, which represented 8.2% of the Company's portfolio at 15 June, 2016, will raise £34.9 million. By 15 June, 2016, the shares had appreciated 41% since the Company's half-year end on 31 March, 2016 and by over 100% during the previous 12 months.
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