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18 HOURS AGO - New York Times

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Vivendi Chairman Bolloré Wins Battle Over Double Voting Rights

Mr. Bolloré withstood a stockholder rebellion at the company’s annual meeting, leveraging a law on shareholder rights that goes into effect next year.

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19 HOURS AGO - Wall Street Journal

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Vivendi's Bolloré Gets Double Voting Rights

Vivendi chairman and its largest shareholder, Vincent Bolloré, scored himself double voting rights at the French media group’s shareholder meeting.

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APR 11, 2015 - Business Insider

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France's Vivendi says will not bid for Lagardere

PARIS (Reuters) - French media group Vivendi , with cash to spend after selling a chunk of its business, has no plans to bid for smaller rival Lagardere .Earlier this week, a source familiar with the matter had told Reuters Vivendi had made a bid worth 3.3 billion euros ($3.50 billion) for Lagardere in recent weeks. French magazine L'Express had ...

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APR 10, 2015 - TheStreet

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European Stocks Follow Chinese Stocks Upward; Shire Shines

LONDON (TheDeal) -- European stocks started the morning strongly following rises in China and Hong Kong, despite continued worries over a possible Greek exit from the euro. The posturing ahead of the British general election next month seems to have left the markets cold. A poorer-than-expected February result for U.K. manufacturing and a series of poll results suggesting that the opposition ...

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APR 10, 2015 - MarketWatch

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Bolloré boosts his stake in Vivendi again

PARIS--French billionaire Vincent Bolloré again boosted his stake in Vivendi SA, raising it to 14.52% a day after announcing a peace deal with a minority shareholder. Mr. Bolloré, via his family-controlled conglomerate Groupe Bolloré, has acquired an additional 2.51% stake in the French media group for EUR800 million ($851 million), the company said in a statement Thursday.

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