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Liberty Global PLC (LBTYA.OQ)

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Thu, Apr 19 2018

BRIEF-Liberty Global CEO's 2017 Compensation Was $17.1 Million

* LIBERTY GLOBAL PLC CEO MICHAEL FRIES' TOTAL COMPENSATION FOR 2017 WAS $17.1 MILLION - SEC FILING Source text (https://bit.ly/2K1Ycmw) Further company coverage:

Netherlands' Ziggo Sport included in EC sports rights investigation

LONDON, April 11 Ziggo Sport, a Netherlands-based broadcaster owned by Liberty Global and Vodafone, said it was involved in an investigation by the European Commission into a possible sports-rights cartel.

EU mergers and takeovers (April 5)

BRUSSELS, April 5 The following are mergers under review by the European Commission and a brief guide to the EU merger process:

Liberty Global again seeks EU okay for Ziggo buy after court veto

BRUSSELS U.S. cable company Liberty Global has once again asked EU antitrust regulators to approve its takeover of Dutch peer Ziggo, a year after an EU court annulled their clearance of the deal.

Liberty Global again seeks EU okay for Ziggo buy after court veto

BRUSSELS, April 5 U.S. cable company Liberty Global has once again asked EU antitrust regulators to approve its takeover of Dutch peer Ziggo, a year after an EU court annulled their clearance of the deal.

Liberty Global scraps $876 million deal to take over Poland's Multimedia

WARSAW U.S. television and broadband company Liberty Global has scrapped a $876 million preliminary deal to buy Polish peer Multimedia Polska, the companies said on Friday.

UPDATE 1-Liberty Global scraps $876 mln deal to take over Poland's Multimedia

WARSAW, March 23 U.S. television and broadband company Liberty Global has scrapped a $876 million preliminary deal to buy Polish peer Multimedia Polska, the companies said on Friday.

Liberty Global scraps $876 mln deal to take over Poland's Multimedia

WARSAW, March 23 UPC Polska, the Polish subsidiary of U.S. TV and broadband company Liberty Global , has scrapped a $876 million preliminary deal to take over Polish peer Multimedia Polska, Multimedia said in a statement on Friday.

BRIEF-Liberty Global Says Unit's Agreement To Acquire Multimedia Polska S.A. Has Been Terminated​

* LIBERTY GLOBAL - UPC POLSKA Z.O.O. WITHDREW APPLICATION FOR REGULATORY CLEARANCE TO ACQUIRE MULTIMEDIA POLSKA AFTER FAILING TO AGREE ON REVISED COMMERCIAL TERMS

Vodafone and D.Telekom CEOs trade blows over Liberty talks

BARCELONA Vodafone's CEO Vittorio Colao said Deutsche Telekom's opposition to its plan to buy some assets from Liberty Global was surprising, and he contested its assertion that Vodafone wanted to shut down competition.

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