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Takeaway.Com Publishes Presentation With Strategic Rationale For Just Eat Deal
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Takeaway Responds To Prosus Offer Document For Just Eat
Just Eat plc is a United Kingdom-based operator of digital marketplace for takeaway food delivery. The Company's segments include the UK, Australia & New Zealand, Established Markets and Developing Markets. The Established Markets includes Benelux, Canada, Denmark, France, Ireland, Norway and Switzerland. The Developing Markets includes Italy, Mexico and Spain. The Company's restaurant partnership program provides products and services to its estate, such as food, soft drinks, card processing, wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi), broadband, motorbike insurance, business rates advice and finance funding. Its subsidiaries include Just Eat Holding Limited and JUST EAT Central Holdings Limited.
Fleet Place House, 2 Fleet Place
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Takeaway.com NV CEO Jitse Groen said on Wednesday he does not plan to improve his company's 4.3 billion pound ($5.50 billion) all-share bid to buy British rival Just Eat PLC, despite a higher cash offer from rival Prosus NV.
Takeaway.com NV <TKWY.AS> CEO Jitse Groen said on Wednesday he does not plan to improve his company's 4.3 billion pound ($5.50 billion) all-share bid to buy British rival Just Eat PLC<JE.L>, despite a higher cash offer from rival Prosus NV <PRX.AS>.
Dutch internet conglomerate Prosus <PRX.AS> made an unsolicited $6.3 billion cash bid to buy British food delivery firm Just Eat <JE.L> on Tuesday, using its superior firepower to try to scupper an all-share offer from rival Takeaway.com <TKWY.AS>.
Prosus NV said on Tuesday it has made an offer to buy British food delivery firm Just Eat Plc for 710 pence per share.
Food delivery companies Takeaway.com <TKWY.AS> and Just Eat <JE.L> 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.
British food delivery firm Just Eat Plc <JE.L> on Wednesday said its core profit dropped 16% in the first half of the year, as it increased spending on the rollout of its delivery services.
Just Eat Plc <JE.L> will lay off "a number" of jobs in Britain as it combined its customer and restaurant operations, the online takeaway service said on Monday.
Online takeaway service Just Eat Plc said it was confident it could see off the threat from newer rivals Uber Eats and Deliveroo, and expected its own delivery service to become profitable after investment peaks this year.
Online takeaway service Just Eat plc said it would improve its margin this year after revenue rose 43 percent to 779.5 million pounds ($1.0 billion) while underlying core earnings grew by 6 percent to 173.9 million pounds in 2018.
Just Eat Plc shareholder Cat Rock Capital Management LP's push to start merger talks by the London-listed takeaway ordering website has found "strong support" from stakeholders, the U.S. based activist investor said on Wednesday.
Just Eat Plc shareholder Cat Rock Capital Management LP said on Wednesday it was pleased to find "strong support" from several other stakeholders for its suggestion that the London-listed takeaway ordering website actively engages in merger discussions.
The FTSE 100 ended flat on Wednesday as a weaker pound supported export-oriented shares, helping offset a fall in Just Eat on fresh competition worries and weaker energy stocks.
Trading in European shares was hesitant on Wednesday as investors awaited guidance from the Federal Reserve on future U.S. interest rate rises, while Inditex rose after results and Just Eat was bruised by intensifying competition.
The FTSE 100 edged up on Wednesday as a weaker pound supported the export-oriented index, helping offset a heavy fall in Just Eat on fresh competition worries and a drop in oil prices.
Trading in European shares was hesitant early on Wednesday as investors awaited further guidance from the Federal Reserve on future U.S. rate rises, while Zara owner Inditex fell after results and Just Eat was bruised by intensifying competition.
Deliveroo will allow restaurants to use their own riders for orders placed through its takeaway food app, in a move which will boost the number of available outlets by 50 percent as it intensifies a battle with rival Just Eat.
European shares rose on Wednesday, boosted by some strong earnings updates and a rising tech sector after results from Apple exceeded weak expectations.
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Britain's top share index underperformed other European markets on Monday due to weak mining and energy stocks, while shares in takeaway company Just Eat were hit by a broker downgrade.
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