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CIR Says Signed A Binding Agreement For Transfer From Co To Exor Of Control Stake In Gedi
Gedi Gruppo Editoriale Completes Sale Of 30% Of Persidera
CIR Says Discussions Are Underway With Exor, In Relation To Possible Rearrangement Of Shareholding Stakes In GEDI
GEDI Gruppo Editoriale SpA, formerly Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso SpA, is an Italy-based media group. It is active in nine segments. The National Newspapers segment develops, produces and markets the newspaper la Repubblica. The Local Newspapers includes 18 local publications. The Periodicals provides magazines, such as L’Espresso, National Geographic, Limes, Micromega and Le Guide de L’Espresso. The Digital provides digital channel distributed on platforms, ranging from Internet and personal computers to mobile networks, tablets and Internet Televison (TV). The Radio covers its three national radio stations Radio Deejay and Radio Capital and m2o. The Television includes the network owner-operator of two digital multiplex frequencies and the television broadcaster, such as the Deejay Tv. The Add-On Products is active in publishing activities. The Advertising offers its clients its sales services and advertising space. The Other Activities segment includes services of the Group.
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Via Cristoforo Colombo n. 90
Marco Diego De Benedetti
Chairman of the Board
Carlo De Benedetti
Chief Executive Officer, General Manager, Director
John Philipp Elkann
Deputy Chairman of the Board
Deputy Chairman of the Board
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Italy's Exor, the holding company of the Agnelli family, has agreed to buy a stake in GEDI before launching a takeover bid on the company, which publishes prominent daily newspaper La Repubblica.
The Milan Stock Exchange said on Monday that shares in publishing company GEDI were temporarily suspended from negotiations, pending a statement from the group.
Exor <EXOR.MI>, the holding company of the Agnelli family, has no plan to sell its 5.99% stake in Italian publisher GEDI <GEDI.MI>, two sources familiar with the matter said on Monday.
One of the sons of industrialist Carlo De Benedetti rejected his father's "painful" attacks on his and his brother's management of GEDI Gruppo Editoriale, saying they were committed to the group behind some of Italy's top dailies after a sharp slide in quarterly earnings.
Italy's GEDI Gruppo Editoriale board said on Monday it was adopting appropriate measures to face challenges in the media sector, rejecting criticisms expressed last week by former owner Carlo De Benedetti, who is bidding for the group.
Carlo De Benedetti, at odds with his three sons over the fate of Italy's GEDI <GEDI.MI>, publisher of the La Repubblica and La Stampa newspapers, plans a two-stage relaunch of the firm including investment in digital, he said in an interview published on Tuesday.
Carlo De Benedetti plans a two-stage operation to relaunch publisher GEDI by "heavily" investing in digital, the veteran Italian businessman said in an interview with daily Corriere della Sera published on Tuesday.
Shares in Italy's GEDI <GEDI.MI> shot up more than 10% on Monday after veteran businessman Carlo De Benedetti offered to buy a 30% stake in the publishing group he chaired for 10 years from his three sons but was rebuffed.
Italian publisher GEDI is not satisfied with a binding bid submitted by Italian infrastructure fund F2i for its 30 percent-owned broadcasting unit Persidera, a source close to the matter said on Tuesday.
Italian publisher GEDI is thinking of buying Telecom Italia's 70 percent stake in Persidera to take full control of the broadcasting unit before selling most of it on, sources close to the matter said on Tuesday.
* CHAIRMAN MARCO DE BENEDETTI TO PROPOSE AS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER LAURA CIOLI TO BOARD
* Q1 TURNOVER EUR 155.8 MILLION VERSUS EUR 129.1 MILLION YEAR AGO
* SAYS PRESS RUMORS ABOUT INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS HAVE NO GROUNDS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
* FY TURNOVER EUR 633.7 MILLION VERSUS EUR 585.5 MILLION YEAR AGO
* 9-MONTH REVENUE EUR 440.0 MILLION VERSUS EUR 424.3 MILLION YEAR AGO
* SAYS ACQUIRES 10% STAKE IN RADIO ITALIA FROM MARIO VOLANTI Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
* BOARD RESOLVES TO SETTLE TAX DISPUTE CONCERNING 1991 FISCAL YEAR
* H1 REVENUE EUR 287.3 MILLION VERSUS EUR 292.9 MILLION YEAR AGO
* ANNOUNCED ON TUESDAY THAT THE MERGER OF THE BUSINESS WITH ITALIANA EDITRICE SPA (“ITEDI”) AND THE RELATED GROUP WAS FINALISED
* SAID ON FRIDAY THAT CONSOB GRANTS AUTHORISATION TO PUBLISH PROSPECTUS FOR ADMISSION OF 96,651,191 ORDINARY GEDI SHARES FOR TRADING ON THE ITALIAN SCREEN-BASED TRADING CIRCUIT (MERCATO TELEMATICO AZIONARIO)
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