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Inmarsat PLC (ISA.L)

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Mon, Jun 11 2018

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Inmarsat could draw more suitors after rejecting EchoStar

Shares in British satellite company Inmarsat Plc surged around 12 percent on Monday after the company rejected a bid from U.S. company EchoStar late last week.

Inmarsat could draw more suitors after rejecting EchoStar

Shares in British satellite company Inmarsat Plc surged around 12 percent on Monday after the company rejected a bid from U.S. company EchoStar late last week.

Inmarsat could draw more suitors after rejecting EchoStar

June 11 Shares in British satellite company Inmarsat Plc surged around 12 percent on Monday after the company rejected a bid from U.S. company EchoStar late last week.

Inmarsat rejects EchoStar takeover bid, says it undervalues firm

LONDON British satellite firm Inmarsat on Friday rejected a takeover approach from U.S. firm EchoStar , saying it significantly undervalued the company.

Inmarsat rejects EchoStar takeover bid, says it undervalues firm

LONDON British satellite firm Inmarsat on Friday rejected a takeover approach from U.S. firm EchoStar , saying it significantly undervalued the company.

Inmarsat faces U.S., Chinese competition in maritime safety

LONDON Britain's Inmarsat will lose its monopoly in maritime safety communications after the International Maritime Organisation gave Iridium and China's BeiDou Navigation Satellite System the green light to develop competing systems.

Inmarsat faces U.S., Chinese competition in maritime safety

LONDON, May 22 Britain's Inmarsat will lose its monopoly in maritime safety communications after the International Maritime Organisation gave Iridium and China's BeiDou Navigation Satellite System the green light to develop competing systems.

Inmarsat defeated by shareholders over executive pay

LONDON Investors in Inmarsat voted against the British satellite firm's remuneration report as they made clear their unhappiness at executive rewards for a year in which the company's shares fell 35 percent.

UPDATE 2-Inmarsat defeated by shareholders over executive pay

LONDON, May 2 Investors in Inmarsat voted against the British satellite firm's remuneration report as they made clear their unhappiness at executive rewards for a year in which the company's shares fell 35 percent.

Inmarsat Q1 revenue rises 5 pct, guidance unchanged

LONDON, May 2 British satellite firm Inmarsat said its first-quarter revenue rose 5 percent, building on the momentum achieved last year in its maritime and aviation services.

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