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FTSE Russell Updates On Just Eat-Takeway.Com Index Inclusion
Takeaway.Com Sets New EGM Dates For Implementation Of Just Eat Merger
Prosus Says It Will Continue To Engage With Just Eat Shareholders
Prosus NV, formerly Myriad International Holdings NV, is a Netherland-based global consumer Internet group. The Company is organized into six business areas: Classifieds, Payments & Fintech, Food delivery, Etail, Ventures and Travel. It also holds investments in listed Social & Internet assets. The Classifieds business area manages mobile and digital marketplaces. The Payments & Fintech business area includes PayU, a Payment Service Platform. The Food delivery business area manages food delivery companies. The Travel business area operates a travel online platform. The Etail business area includes business to consumer e-commerce companies. The Venture business area looks for and invests in early stage companies.
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Jacobus Petrus Bekker
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Bob van Dijk
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Laurent Le Moal
Chief Executive Officer of PayU
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The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Tuesday:
Dutch meal delivery firm Takeaway.com defended its $6.1 billion (4.9 billion pounds) all-share offer for Just Eat on Tuesday, saying rival cash bidder Prosus was trying to buy the British company "on the cheap", even though its bid is higher.
Investors in Just Eat <JE.L> should back the all-share merger with Takeaway.com <TKWY.AS> unless rival bidder Prosus lifts its offer for the food delivery platform to 925 pence per share, one of its biggest shareholders said on Monday.
Food delivery platforms are helping independent and chain restaurants in London, Paris, Madrid and Warsaw serve more meals every week, boosting the sector's revenue and profit, according to a Deloitte report commissioned by Uber Eats.
Just Eat <JE.L> shareholder Cat Rock Capital on Tuesday urged investors to back an all-share merger with Takeaway.com <TKWY.AS>, saying it believed the combination could create a company worth 1,200 pence a share in little more than a year.
Just Eat shareholder Cat Rock Capital on Tuesday urged investors to back an all-share merger with Takeaway.com, saying it believed the combination could create a company worth 1,200 pence a share in little over a year.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 21:00 GMT on Monday:
Britain's Just Eat <JE.L> urged shareholders on Monday to shun a $6.3 billion cash offer from Prosus <PRX.AS>, saying a currently lower valued deal with Takeaway.com <TKWY.AS> was a better bet as it would create the largest food delivery firm outside China.
Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 24 points higher at 7,351 on Monday, according to financial bookmakers, with futures up 0.4% ahead of the cash market open.
Britain's Just Eat advised shareholders not to accept a 710 pence-a-share cash offer from Prosus, saying it was inferior to its agreed deal with Takeaway.com to create the largest food delivery player outside China.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Friday:
Internet group Prosus <PRX.AS> is confident about its $6.3 billion (5 billion pounds) offer to buy Just Eat <JE.L>, CEO Bob van Dijk said on Friday, even though a rise in rival bidder Takeaway's shares has all but wiped out its financial upper hand.
Technology company Prosus <PRX.AS> remains confident about its bid for British meal delivery business Just Eat <JE.L>, Chief Executive Bob van Dijk said on Friday, despite an increase in the value of rival Takeaway.com's all-share bid.
South African e-commerce giant Naspers on Friday reported a 48% fall in profit for the six months to Sept. 30 reflecting a drop in gains from its stake in China's Tencent
Here are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Wednesday:
The two companies vying to purchase British food delivery service Just Eat traded barbs on Wednesday, as technology company Prosus and Takeaway.com each sought to win over a critical mass of shareholders.
The head of Prosus NV's venture capital arm expects to make more investments in the food delivery space globally, building on the hefty stakes it already holds in leading startups in Brazil, India and Germany and its parent company's bid for Britain's Just Eat.
Dutch technology company Prosus NV <PRX.AS> on Wednesday urged shareholders of Britain's Just Eat PLC <JE.L> to accept its unsolicited 4.9 billion pound cash bid for the company by Dec. 10, and spurn an alternative offer as too risky.
Takeaway.com NV, the online food ordering company that is competing with larger Dutch rival Prosus to buy Britain's Just Eat on Wednesday declared the offer period for its all-share bid open.
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