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Takeaway.com NV (TKWY.AS)

TKWY.AS on Amsterdam Stock Exchange

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Takeaway.com and Just Eat agree merger terms

LONDON/AMSTERDAM Amsterdam-based Takeaway.com and British rival Just Eat have finalised the terms of their deal to create a global food delivery company that can rival Uber Eats as the largest outside China. | Video

Takeaway.com and Just Eat agree merger terms

LONDON/AMSTERDAM Amsterdam-based Takeaway.com and British rival Just Eat have finalised the terms of their deal to create a global food delivery company that can rival Uber Eats as the largest outside China. | Video

Breakingviews - Takeaway.com's $6 bln Just Eat bid is undercooked

LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - Takeaway.com’s Just Eat offer looks undercooked. The 4.7 billion euro Dutch food-delivery group, led by founder Jitse Groen, has struck an all-share deal to buy its British peer with its highly valued stock. He may nonetheless have to come up with a more enticing platter to tempt Just Eat shareholders. 

UPDATE 2-Takeaway.com and Just Eat agree merger terms

LONDON/AMSTERDAM, Aug 5 Amsterdam-based Takeaway.com and British rival Just Eat have finalised the terms of their deal to create a global food delivery company that can rival Uber Eats as the largest outside China.

Takeaway.com agrees terms of $10 bln Just Eat take out

LONDON, Aug 5 Amsterdam-based Takeaway.com has agreed the terms of an 8.3 billion pound ($10.1 billion) recommended deal to buy British rival Just Eat to create the world's largest online food delivery firm outside China.

Top-10 Just Eat investor says Takeaway.com offer not enough

LONDON Top-10 Just Eat investor Aberdeen Standard Investments said it welcomed a planned merger with rival Takeaway.com , but the current deal terms did not value the British company highly enough.

Top-10 Just Eat investor says Takeaway.com offer not enough

LONDON, Aug 1 Top-10 Just Eat investor Aberdeen Standard Investments said it welcomed a planned merger with rival Takeaway.com, but the current deal terms did not value the British company highly enough.

Takeaway, Just Eat orders jump as they prepare to merge

AMSTERDAM Food delivery companies Takeaway.com and Just Eat reported strong order growth for the first half of 2019 on Wednesday, as they gear up for their planned $10 billion merger announced earlier this week.

WRAPUP 1-Takeaway, Just Eat orders jump as they prepare to merge

AMSTERDAM, July 31 Food delivery companies Takeaway.com and Just Eat reported strong order growth for the first half of 2019 on Wednesday, as they gear up for their planned $10 billion merger announced earlier this week.

Takeaway.com lands $10 billion Just Eat deal in food delivery race

LONDON/AMSTERDAM Amsterdam-based Takeaway.com has agreed to buy Just Eat in an 8.2 billion pound ($10.1 billion) deal to create the world's largest online food delivery firm outside China in a race to rule the $100 billion market. | Video

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