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SEBI Gives Six More Months To Prabhat Dairy For Delisting Shares

The company received shareholders' nod for delisting the company on October 14, 2019. In October this year, PDL requested Sebi for six-month extension for filing the final application for delisting, citing the nationwide lockdown that was imposed in March as a reason.

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Unilever To Put Its Climate Change Plans To Shareholder Vote

Shareholders will be allowed to vote on steps, including reducing emissions to net zero from its own operations and halving the environmental impact of products by 2030.

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Chinese Smartphone Maker Xiaomi Raises $3.9 Billion In Equity Deal - Term Sheet

Xiaomi reported a 19% jump in third-quarter net profit on Nov. 24, as the Chinese smartphone maker’s shipments surged by 45.3% from a year earlier.

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Activist Investor Ferrari Targets Environment, Social Laggards With New Fund

Data from industry tracker Eurekahedge showed there were 97 hedge funds globally with an ESG mandate, although only three were activists. Ferrari said Clearway would be the first set up to focus exclusively on ESG-focused activism in Europe.

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Old Bottle. New Whine.

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced few days ago that LVB would remain under moratorium till Dec 16th 2020 and mooted the concept of amalgamation of LVB with DBS Bank (India), it took the market (and potentially punters) by surprise.

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TCS Shareholders Approve Up To Rs 16,000-Cr Buyback Plan

TCS' board of directors had approved a proposal to buy back up to 5,33,33,333 equity shares of the company at Rs 3,000 per scrip for an aggregate amount not exceeding Rs 16,000 crore.

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IMF Eyes New Relationship With Biggest Shareholder After Biden Win

Georgieva has also run into resistance in her push for the G20 to look beyond a debt freeze for the poorest countries to include heavily-indebted small island states and other countries hit hard by the pandemic and the collapse of tourism.

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Virgin Atlantic Says It Can Survive Worsening Travel Outlook

"The recapitalisation, with the support of our shareholders and new investors and everything that I've mentioned, should see us through, even under more strenuous positions,"

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LVMH And Tiffany End Luxury Battle, Cut Price On $16 Billion Takeover

The new takeover price was set at $131.5 a share, down from $135 in the original deal, the companies said in a statement on Thursday, bringing the total price tag to about $15.8 billion.

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Ant Group Curbs Support For Overseas Partners In Strategy Rethink Ahead Of Listing

Ride hailing company Grab, OVO's top shareholder, will become the largest investor in the merged entity, with Ant holding a 20-25% stake, the people said.

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Shareholders Of Australia's Crown Resorts Vote Down Executive Pay Amid Inquiry

Owners of 34.3% of Crown's shares voted against a resolution to adopt the remuneration report, according to a slide of proxy votes displayed at the meeting, more than the 25% required to count as a vote against.

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HSBC Targets Net Zero Emissions By 2050, Earmarks $1 Trillion Green Financing

HSBC has come under increasing pressure from activists, shareholders and politicians who say it is contributing to climate change by financing fossil fuel and other environmentally harmful projects.

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IBM to spin off infrastructure services as new public company

The separation of the new company is expected to be achieved as a tax-free spin-off to IBM shareholders and completed by the end of 2021, IBM said.

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Dufry To Enlist Alibaba As Shareholder, Signs China JV

Alibaba will have a 51% stake in the joint venture, while Dufry will hold the rest. Along with pursuing growth opportunities in China, the joint venture will seek to help Dufry grow business in online travel retail

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Noble Energy Shareholders Approve $4.1 Billion Sale To Chevron

The all-stock deal values Noble Energy at around $4.1 billion, excluding $8 billion in debt, and the vote cements the first big energy deal since the coronavirus crushed global fuel demand.

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