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Soccer-Serie A sets Sept. 30 bid deadline for media rights unit - sources

23 Sep 2020

By Elvira Pollina, Clara Denina , Pamela Barbaglia and Elisa Anzolin

Mediaset, Vivendi seek compromise to revive European growth plan - sources

22 Sep 2020

MILAN Mediaset and its second largest investor Vivendi are working on a potential deal to end a long-running legal row and revive the Italian broadcaster's European growth strategy, two sources close to the matter said.

Mediaset, Vivendi seek compromise to revive European growth plan- sources

22 Sep 2020

MILAN, Sept 22 Mediaset and its second largest investor Vivendi are working on a potential deal to end a long-running legal row and revive the Italian broadcaster's European growth strategy, two sources close to the matter said.

Macquarie puts in offer for Enel's Open Fiber stake

17 Sep 2020

MILAN Enel has received a bid from Macquarie for its stake in Open Fiber valuing the group at more than 7 billion euros ($8.3 billion), signaling strong interest from big funds for Rome's plans for a national broadband network.

Swiss exchange Six makes highest bid in Italy's Borsa battle: sources

14 Sep 2020

MILAN/LONDON Switzerland's Six has made the highest bid in the battle for Borsa Italiana, ahead of France's Euronext and Deutsche Boerse , two sources familiar with the matter said.

Switzerland's Six makes highest bid for Borsa Italiana - sources

14 Sep 2020

MILAN/LONDON, Sept 14 Swiss stock exchange operator Six has made the highest offer for Borsa Italiana and is ahead of France's Euronext and Germany's Deutsche Boerse in the takeover battle for the Milan bourse, two sources familiar with the matter said.

Mediaset open to discussing European strategy with Vivendi as CEOs talk

09 Sep 2020

MILAN The head of Mediaset talked with his counterpart at Vivendi on Wednesday, a source familiar with the matter said, as Italy's top commercial broadcaster and its second-biggest investor look to resolve a protracted row.

Italy's Serie A clears way for private equity investment

09 Sep 2020

MILAN Italy's Serie A soccer clubs agreed on Wednesday to set up a new media company to handle the broadcast rights for top-flight Italian soccer and are deciding between two rival private equity bids seeking a stake in the business, club officials said.

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