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Just Eat Says Approval Of CMA Is Not A Specific Condition To Takeaway.Com Offer
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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.
Jacobus Petrus Bekker
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Bob van Dijk
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Chief Executive Officer of Food and Ventures
Laurent Le Moal
Chief Executive Officer of PayU
Chief Executive Officer, Classifieds
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Netherlands-based meal delivery company Takeaway.com <TKWY.AS> said the expected timetable for its takeover of British rival Just Eat <JE.L> would be delayed by a week after UK competition authorities said it would look at the deal.
Britain's competition watchdog will probe Takeaway.com's <TKWY.AS> buyout of Just Eat <JE.L>, possibly delaying completion of the multi-billion dollar deal to create one of the world's largest meal delivery companies.
Dutch food ordering firm Takeaway.com is pressing ahead with its 6.2 billion pound takeover of Just Eat despite a shock last-minute setback when the UK competition authorities said they will probe the deal to create one of the world's largest meal delivery companies.
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Online food ordering firm Takeaway.com said on Thursday Britain's competition watchdog may investigate its multi-billion dollar buyout deal for Just Eat .
South Africa's Naspers Ltd said on Wednesday it sold around 1.5 billion euros ($1.66 billion) worth of shares in Prosus, the Amsterdam-listed subsidiary housing its internet empire.
South Africa's Naspers said on Wednesday it sold around 1.5 billion euros ($1.66 billion) worth of shares in Prosus, the Amsterdam-listed subsidiary housing its internet empire.
Online food ordering company Takeaway.com <TKWY.AS> has won the battle for Britain's Just Eat <JE.L> with a 6.2 billion pound share offer that will create one of the world's largest meal delivery companies.
The takeover by Dutch food delivery company Takeaway.com of its British peer Just Eat is set to create the world's biggest online food delivery company outside China.
Dutch online food ordering service Takeaway.com on Friday declared victory in its bid to buy Britain's Just Eat in a deal worth 5.9 billion pounds ($7.7 billion).
Dutch food ordering company Takeaway.com said on Thursday its shareholders had approved plans for the company's proposed 5.9 billion pound ($7.7 billion) acquisition of British peer Just Eat PLC<JE.L>.
London's main index enjoyed its best weekly performance since December 2016, as shares of exporters continued to benefit from a pound that is subdued amid renewed concerns about a chaotic Brexit at the end of 2020.
Just Eat <JE.L> backed a final 5.5 billion pound ($7.2 billion) all-share offer from Takeaway.com on Friday, saying a tie-up to create one of the leading online food delivery companies was more compelling than a rival cash bid from Prosus.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1430 GMT on Friday:
Just Eat backed a final offer from Takeaway.com and rejected a rival cash bid from Prosus on Friday, saying the combination with Takeaway would create one of the leading online food delivery companies in the world.
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The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Thursday:
Takeaway.com was poised to win the battle for British food delivery company Just Eat after it trumped a raised offer from rival Prosus NV, which put it within reach of a 50% threshold needed to clinch the deal.
London's exporter-heavy FTSE 100 hit a more than four-month high on Thursday partly in response to a weaker pound, which came under pressure from fears Britain may leave the European Union without a trade deal at the end of 2020.
Amsterdam-listed technology giant Prosus increased its bid for Just Eat to 800 pence a share, valuing the British online food delivery company at 5.5 billion pounds ($7.16 billion), and declared its offer final.
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