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SUEZ-VEOLIA/
RTX7U32X
September 08, 2020
Employees of Suez, wearing protective face masks, gather to protest against takeover plans by Veolia...
COURBEVOIE, France
Suez unions protest against takeover plans by Veolia in La Defense business and financial district
Employees of Suez, wearing protective face masks, gather to protest against takeover plans by Veolia near the company headquarters at La Defense business and financial district in Courbevoie near Paris, France, September 8, 2020. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
SUEZ-VEOLIA/
RTX7U32L
September 08, 2020
Employees of Suez, wearing protective face masks, gather to protest against takeover plans by Veolia...
COURBEVOIE, France
Suez unions protest against takeover plans by Veolia in La Defense business and financial district
Employees of Suez, wearing protective face masks, gather to protest against takeover plans by Veolia near the company headquarters at La Defense business and financial district in Courbevoie near Paris, France, September 8, 2020. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
SUEZ-VEOLIA/
RTX7U321
September 08, 2020
A banner which reads "Always Suez" is seen as Suez employees gather to protest against takeover plans...
COURBEVOIE, France
Suez unions protest against takeover plans by Veolia in La Defense business and financial district
A banner which reads "Always Suez" is seen as Suez employees gather to protest against takeover plans by Veolia near the company headquarters at La Defense business and financial district in Courbevoie near Paris, France, September 8, 2020. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
SUEZ-VEOLIA/
RTX7U30V
September 08, 2020
Employees of Suez, wearing protective face masks, gather to protest against takeover plans by Veolia...
COURBEVOIE, France
Suez unions protest against takeover plans by Veolia in La Defense business and financial district
Employees of Suez, wearing protective face masks, gather to protest against takeover plans by Veolia near the company headquarters at La Defense business and financial district in Courbevoie near Paris, France, September 8, 2020. The placard reads " Danger. Veolia + Engie = Death of Suez Eau France = End of competition = Water price explosion." REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
SUEZ-VEOLIA/
RTX7U2YH
September 08, 2020
Employees of Suez, wearing protective face mask, gather to protest against takeover plans by Veolia near...
COURBEVOIE, France
Suez unions protest against takeover plans by Veolia in La Defense business and financial district
Employees of Suez, wearing protective face mask, gather to protest against takeover plans by Veolia near the company headquarters at La Defense business and financial district in Courbevoie near Paris, France, September 8, 2020. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
SUEZ-VEOLIA/
RTX7U2WG
September 08, 2020
Employees of Suez, wearing protective face mask, gather to protest against takeover plans by Veolia near...
COURBEVOIE, France
Suez unions protest against takeover plans by Veolia in La Defense business and financial district
Employees of Suez, wearing protective face mask, gather to protest against takeover plans by Veolia near the company headquarters at La Defense business and financial district in Courbevoie near Paris, France, September 8, 2020. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
SUEZ-VEOLIA/
RTX7U2WF
September 08, 2020
Employees of Suez, wearing protective face mask, gather to protest against takeover plans by Veolia near...
COURBEVOIE, France
Suez unions protest against takeover plans by Veolia in La Defense business and financial district
Employees of Suez, wearing protective face mask, gather to protest against takeover plans by Veolia near the company headquarters at La Defense business and financial district in Courbevoie near Paris, France, September 8, 2020. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes
ALSTOM-M&A/GENERAL ELECTRIC-EU
RTX1RNH0
September 08, 2015
European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom's...
Strasbourg, France
European Competition Commissioner Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom?s power...
European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom's power businesses by U.S. conglomerate General Electric at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, September 8, 2015. General Electric won European Union antitrust clearance on Tuesday to buy Alstom's power unit, its largest ever takeover, after agreeing to sell some of the French company's assets to Ansaldo Energia. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
ALSTOM-M&A/GENERAL ELECTRIC-EU
RTX1RNG9
September 08, 2015
European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom's...
Strasbourg, France
European Competition Commissioner Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom?s power...
European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom's power businesses by U.S. conglomerate General Electric at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, September 8, 2015. General Electric won European Union antitrust clearance on Tuesday to buy Alstom's power unit, its largest ever takeover, after agreeing to sell some of the French company's assets to Ansaldo Energia. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
ALSTOM-M&A/GENERAL ELECTRIC-EU
RTX1RNF9
September 08, 2015
European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom's...
Strasbourg, France
European Competition Commissioner Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom?s power...
European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom's power businesses by U.S. conglomerate General Electric at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, September 8, 2015. General Electric won European Union antitrust clearance on Tuesday to buy Alstom's power unit, its largest ever takeover, after agreeing to sell some of the French company's assets to Ansaldo Energia. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
ALSTOM-M&A/GENERAL ELECTRIC-EU
RTX1RNF1
September 08, 2015
European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom's...
Strasbourg, France
European Competition Commissioner Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom?s power...
European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom's power businesses by U.S. conglomerate General Electric at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, September 8, 2015. General Electric won European Union antitrust clearance on Tuesday to buy Alstom's power unit, its largest ever takeover, after agreeing to sell some of the French company's assets to Ansaldo Energia. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
ALSTOM-M&A/GENERAL ELECTRIC-EU
RTX1RNE5
September 08, 2015
European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom's...
Strasbourg, France
European Competition Commissioner Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom?s power...
European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom's power businesses by U.S. conglomerate General Electric at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, September 8, 2015. General Electric won European Union antitrust clearance on Tuesday to buy Alstom's power unit, its largest ever takeover. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
ALSTOM-M&A/GENERAL ELECTRIC-EU
RTX1RNDR
September 08, 2015
European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom's...
Strasbourg, France
European Competition Commissioner Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom?s power...
European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager holds a news conference on the takeover of Alstom's power businesses by U.S. conglomerate General Electric at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, September 8, 2015. General Electric won European Union antitrust clearance on Tuesday to buy Alstom's power unit, its largest ever takeover. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
SABADELL-TSB/
RTR4T39I
March 12, 2015
A sign is displayed outside a branch of the TSB bank in central London March 12, 2015. British challenger...
London, United Kingdom
A sign is displayed outside a branch of the TSB bank in central London
A sign is displayed outside a branch of the TSB bank in central London March 12, 2015. British challenger bank TSB has received a takeover approach from Banco Sabadell, valuing the business at about $2.6 billion and sending its shares soaring by nearly a quarter. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
SABADELL-TSB/
RTR4T39G
March 12, 2015
People walk past a branch of the TSB bank in central London March 12, 2015. British challenger bank TSB...
London, United Kingdom
People walk past a branch of the TSB bank in central London
People walk past a branch of the TSB bank in central London March 12, 2015. British challenger bank TSB has received a takeover approach from Banco Sabadell, valuing the business at about $2.6 billion and sending its shares soaring by nearly a quarter. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
SABADELL-TSB/
RTR4T38S
March 12, 2015
A sign is displayed outside a branch of the TSB bank in central London March 12, 2015. British challenger...
London, United Kingdom
A sign is displayed outside a branch of the TSB bank in central London
A sign is displayed outside a branch of the TSB bank in central London March 12, 2015. British challenger bank TSB has received a takeover approach from Banco Sabadell, valuing the business at about $2.6 billion and sending its shares soaring by nearly a quarter. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
TOLL HOLDINGS-M&A/JAPAN POST
RTR4Q12O
February 18, 2015
A man holding an umbrella walks past a logo of Japan Post Group at its headquarters in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
A man holding an umbrella walks past a logo of Japan Post Group at its headquarters in Tokyo
A man holding an umbrella walks past a logo of Japan Post Group at its headquarters in Tokyo February 18, 2015. Financial giant Japan Post Holdings Co Ltd launched its global expansion strategy with its largest ever deal on Wednesday, agreeing a A$6.5 billion ($5.1 billion) takeover of Australian freight and logistics firm Toll Holdings Ltd. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)
TOLL HOLDINGS-M&A/JAPAN POST
RTR4Q12L
February 18, 2015
A man holding an umbrella is reflected in the logo of Japan Post Group at its headquarters in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
A man holding an umbrella is reflected in the logo of Japan Post Group at its headquarters in Tokyo
A man holding an umbrella is reflected in the logo of Japan Post Group at its headquarters in Tokyo February 18, 2015. Financial giant Japan Post Holdings Co Ltd launched its global expansion strategy with its largest ever deal on Wednesday, agreeing a A$6.5 billion ($5.1 billion) takeover of Australian freight and logistics firm Toll Holdings Ltd. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)
TOLL HOLDINGS-M&A/JAPAN POST
RTR4Q12K
February 18, 2015
A man holding an umbrella walks past a logo of Japan Post Group at its headquarters in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
A man holding an umbrella walks past a logo of Japan Post Group at its headquarters in Tokyo
A man holding an umbrella walks past a logo of Japan Post Group at its headquarters in Tokyo February 18, 2015. Financial giant Japan Post Holdings Co Ltd launched its global expansion strategy with its largest ever deal on Wednesday, agreeing a A$6.5 billion ($5.1 billion) takeover of Australian freight and logistics firm Toll Holdings Ltd. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)
TOLL HOLDINGS-M&A/JAPAN POST
RTR4Q0R5
February 18, 2015
An employee of Japan Post works in Tokyo, February 18, 2015. Financial giant Japan Post Holdings Co Ltd...
Tokyo, Japan
An employee of Japan Post works in Tokyo
An employee of Japan Post works in Tokyo, February 18, 2015. Financial giant Japan Post Holdings Co Ltd launched its global expansion strategy with its largest ever deal on Wednesday, agreeing a A$6.5 billion ($5.1 billion) takeover of Australian freight and logistics firm Toll Holdings Ltd. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
TOLL HOLDINGS-M&A/JAPAN POST
RTR4Q0R0
February 18, 2015
A postman of Japan Post rides a motorcycle in Tokyo, February 18, 2015. Financial giant Japan Post Holdings...
Tokyo, Japan
A postman of Japan Post rides a motorcycle in Tokyo
A postman of Japan Post rides a motorcycle in Tokyo, February 18, 2015. Financial giant Japan Post Holdings Co Ltd launched its global expansion strategy with its largest ever deal on Wednesday, agreeing a A$6.5 billion ($5.1 billion) takeover of Australian freight and logistics firm Toll Holdings Ltd. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
BPI-M&A/CAIXABANK
RTR4PWO3
February 17, 2015
People walk near a branch of Portugal's Portuguese Investment Bank (BPI) in Lisbon February 17, 2015....
Lisbon, Portugal
People walk near a branch of Portugal's BPI in Lisbon
People walk near a branch of Portugal's Portuguese Investment Bank (BPI) in Lisbon February 17, 2015. Spain's Caixabank on Tuesday announced a full takeover bid for Portugal's third-largest listed lender Banco BPI, offering more than 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) for the 55.9 percent of the lender it does not already own.
REUTERS/Hugo Correia (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS)
BPI-M&A/CAIXABANK
RTR4PWNJ
February 17, 2015
The logo of Portugal's Portuguese Investment Bank (BPI) is seen at its Lisbon office February 17, 2015....
Lisbon, Portugal
The logo of Portugal's BPI is seen at its Lisbon office
The logo of Portugal's Portuguese Investment Bank (BPI) is seen at its Lisbon office February 17, 2015. Spain's Caixabank on Tuesday announced a full takeover bid for Portugal's third-largest listed lender Banco BPI, offering more than 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) for the 55.9 percent of the lender it does not already own.
REUTERS/Hugo Correia (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)
BPI-M&A/CAIXABANK
RTR4PWN3
February 17, 2015
The logo of Portugal's Portuguese Investment Bank (BPI) is seen at its Lisbon office February 17, 2015....
Lisbon, Portugal
The logo of Portugal's BPI is seen at its Lisbon office
The logo of Portugal's Portuguese Investment Bank (BPI) is seen at its Lisbon office February 17, 2015. Spain's Caixabank on Tuesday announced a full takeover bid for Portugal's third-largest listed lender Banco BPI, offering more than 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) for the 55.9 percent of the lender it does not already own.
REUTERS/Hugo Correia (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)
AERLINGUS-M-A/IAG
RTR4N5NU
January 27, 2015
An Aer Lingus plane taxis before take off at Dublin airport January 27, 2015. The board of Irish airline...
Dublin, Ireland
An Aer Lingus plane taxis before take off at Dublin airport
An Aer Lingus plane taxis before take off at Dublin airport January 27, 2015. The board of Irish airline Aer Lingus has recommended a raised 1.36-billion-euro ($1.5 billion) takeover offer from the owner of British Airways, which must now soothe Irish government concerns to win approval. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AERLINGUS-M-A/IAG
RTR4N5NR
January 27, 2015
An Aer Lingus plane taxis before take off at Dublin airport January 27, 2015. The board of Irish airline...
Dublin, Ireland
An Aer Lingus plane taxis before take off at Dublin airport
An Aer Lingus plane taxis before take off at Dublin airport January 27, 2015. The board of Irish airline Aer Lingus has recommended a raised 1.36-billion-euro ($1.5 billion) takeover offer from the owner of British Airways, which must now soothe Irish government concerns to win approval. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AERLINGUS-M-A/IAG
RTR4N5M8
January 27, 2015
An Aer Lingus plane lands at Dublin airport January 27, 2015. The board of Irish airline Aer Lingus has...
Dublin, Ireland
An Aer Lingus plane lands at Dublin airport
An Aer Lingus plane lands at Dublin airport January 27, 2015. The board of Irish airline Aer Lingus has recommended a raised 1.36-billion-euro (1 billion pound) takeover offer from the owner of British Airways, which must now soothe Irish government concerns to win approval. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AERLINGUS-M-A/IAG
RTR4N5M2
January 27, 2015
An Aer Lingus plane lands at Dublin airport January 27, 2015. The board of Irish airline Aer Lingus has...
Dublin, Ireland
An Aer Lingus plane lands at Dublin airport
An Aer Lingus plane lands at Dublin airport January 27, 2015. The board of Irish airline Aer Lingus has recommended a raised 1.36-billion-euro (1 billion pound) takeover offer from the owner of British Airways, which must now soothe Irish government concerns to win approval. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AERLINGUS-M-A/IAG
RTR4N5L6
January 27, 2015
An Aer Lingus plane taxis before take off at Dublin airport January 27, 2015. The board of Irish airline...
Dublin, Ireland
An Aer Lingus plane taxis before take off at Dublin airport
An Aer Lingus plane taxis before take off at Dublin airport January 27, 2015. The board of Irish airline Aer Lingus has recommended a raised 1.36-billion-euro ($1.5 billion) takeover offer from the owner of British Airways, which must now soothe Irish government concerns to win approval. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AERLINGUS-M-A/IAG
RTR4N5K3
January 27, 2015
Aer Lingus planes are parked at their stand at Dublin airport January 27, 2015. The board of Irish airline...
Dublin, Ireland
Aer Lingus plane's are parked at their stand at Dublin airport as the company has said it is willing...
Aer Lingus planes are parked at their stand at Dublin airport January 27, 2015. The board of Irish airline Aer Lingus has recommended a raised 1.36-billion-euro ($1.5 billion) takeover offer from the owner of British Airways, which must now soothe Irish government concerns to win approval. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
AERLINGUS-M-A/IAG
RTR4N5K1
January 27, 2015
Three hares graze on grass in front of Aer Lingus planes at Dublin airport January 27, 2015. The board...
Dublin, Ireland
Three hares graze on grass in front of Aer Lingus planes at Dublin airport
Three hares graze on grass in front of Aer Lingus planes at Dublin airport January 27, 2015. The board of Irish airline Aer Lingus has recommended a raised 1.36-billion-euro ($1.5 billion) takeover offer from the owner of British Airways, which must now soothe Irish government concerns to win approval. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
UK-AERLINGUS/M-A-IAG
RTR4N5IR
January 27, 2015
An Aer Lingus plane lands at Dublin airport January 27, 2015. The board of Irish airline Aer Lingus has...
Dublin, Ireland
An Aer Lingus plane lands at Dublin airport
An Aer Lingus plane lands at Dublin airport January 27, 2015. The board of Irish airline Aer Lingus has recommended a raised 1.36-billion-euro (1 billion pound) takeover offer from the owner of British Airways, which must now soothe Irish government concerns to win approval. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
SIKA-M&A/SAINT GOBAIN
RTR4MZJU
January 26, 2015
The slogan 'building trust' is seen under the company's logo of Swiss chemicals group Sika at its headquarters...
Zurich, Switzerland
The slogan 'building trust' is seen under the company's logo of Swiss chemicals group Sika at its headquarters...
The slogan 'building trust' is seen under the company's logo of Swiss chemicals group Sika at its headquarters in Zurich January 26, 2015. An attempt by Sika's major shareholder to sell the Swiss chemicals firm to French rival Saint-Gobain was dealt a new blow on Monday, when Sika's board sought to reduce the shareholder's voting rights. The Burkard-Schenker family, which has majority voting rights in Sika but only 16.1 percent of the shares, agreed last month to a 2.75 billion Swiss franc ($3.1 billion) takeover offer for the company from Saint-Gobain. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS LOGO)
SIKA-M&A/SAINT GOBAIN
RTR4MZJR
January 26, 2015
The company's logo of Swiss chemicals group Sika is seen at an office building in Zurich January 26,...
Zurich, Switzerland
The company's logo of Swiss chemicals group Sika is seen at an office building in Zurich
The company's logo of Swiss chemicals group Sika is seen at an office building in Zurich January 26, 2015. An attempt by Sika's major shareholder to sell the Swiss chemicals firm to French rival Saint-Gobain was dealt a new blow on Monday, when Sika's board sought to reduce the shareholder's voting rights. The Burkard-Schenker family, which has majority voting rights in Sika but only 16.1 percent of the shares, agreed last month to a 2.75 billion Swiss franc ($3.1 billion) takeover offer for the company from Saint-Gobain. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS LOGO)
SIKA-M&A/SAINT GOBAIN
RTR4MXZY
January 26, 2015
Lawyer Peter Nobel answers questions during a news conference of Swiss chemicals group Sika in Zurich...
Zurich, Switzerland
Lawyer Nobel answers questions during a news conference of Swiss chemicals group Sika in Zurich
Lawyer Peter Nobel answers questions during a news conference of Swiss chemicals group Sika in Zurich January 26, 2015. An attempt by Sika's major shareholder to sell the Swiss chemicals firm to French rival Saint-Gobain was dealt a new blow on Monday, when Sika's board sought to reduce the shareholder's voting rights. The Burkard-Schenker family, which has majority voting rights in Sika but only 16.1 percent of the shares, agreed last month to a 2.75 billion Swiss franc ($3.1 billion) takeover offer for the company from Saint-Gobain. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
SIKA-M&A/SAINT GOBAIN
RTR4MXZX
January 26, 2015
Paul Haelg, chairman of the board of Swiss chemicals group Sika and lawyer Peter Nobel (L) address a...
Zurich, Switzerland
Haelg, chairman of the board of Swiss chemicals group Sika and lawyer Nobel address a news conference...
Paul Haelg, chairman of the board of Swiss chemicals group Sika and lawyer Peter Nobel (L) address a news conference in Zurich January 26, 2015. An attempt by Sika's major shareholder to sell the Swiss chemicals firm to French rival Saint-Gobain was dealt a new blow on Monday, when Sika's board sought to reduce the shareholder's voting rights. The Burkard-Schenker family, which has majority voting rights in Sika but only 16.1 percent of the shares, agreed last month to a 2.75 billion Swiss franc ($3.1 billion) takeover offer for the company from Saint-Gobain. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
SIKA-M&A/SAINT GOBAIN
RTR4MXZT
January 26, 2015
Paul Haelg, chairman of the board of Swiss chemicals group Sika gestures as he addresses a news conference...
Zurich, Switzerland
Haelg, chairman of the board of Swiss chemicals group Sika addresses a news conference in Zurich
Paul Haelg, chairman of the board of Swiss chemicals group Sika gestures as he addresses a news conference in Zurich January 26, 2015. An attempt by Sika's major shareholder to sell the Swiss chemicals firm to French rival Saint-Gobain was dealt a new blow on Monday, when Sika's board sought to reduce the shareholder's voting rights. The Burkard-Schenker family, which has majority voting rights in Sika but only 16.1 percent of the shares, agreed last month to a 2.75 billion Swiss franc ($3.1 billion) takeover offer for the company from Saint-Gobain. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
SIKA-M&A/SAINT GOBAIN
RTR4MXZR
January 26, 2015
Paul Haelg, chairman of the board of Swiss chemicals group Sika gestures as he addresses a news conference...
Zurich, Switzerland
Haelg, chairman of the board of Swiss chemicals group Sika addresses a news conference in Zurich
Paul Haelg, chairman of the board of Swiss chemicals group Sika gestures as he addresses a news conference in Zurich January 26, 2015. An attempt by Sika's major shareholder to sell the Swiss chemicals firm to French rival Saint-Gobain was dealt a new blow on Monday, when Sika's board sought to reduce the shareholder's voting rights. The Burkard-Schenker family, which has majority voting rights in Sika but only 16.1 percent of the shares, agreed last month to a 2.75 billion Swiss franc ($3.1 billion) takeover offer for the company from Saint-Gobain. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
SIKA-M&A/SAINT GOBAIN
RTR4MXZO
January 26, 2015
Paul Haelg, chairman of the board of Swiss chemicals group Sika gestures as he addresses a news conference...
Zurich, Switzerland
Haelg, chairman of the board of Swiss chemicals group Sika addresses a news conference in Zurich
Paul Haelg, chairman of the board of Swiss chemicals group Sika gestures as he addresses a news conference in Zurich January 26, 2015. An attempt by Sika's major shareholder to sell the Swiss chemicals firm to French rival Saint-Gobain was dealt a new blow on Monday, when Sika's board sought to reduce the shareholder's voting rights. The Burkard-Schenker family, which has majority voting rights in Sika but only 16.1 percent of the shares, agreed last month to a 2.75 billion Swiss franc ($3.1 billion) takeover offer for the company from Saint-Gobain. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
SIKA-M&A/SAINT GOBAIN
RTR4MXZM
January 26, 2015
Paul Haelg, chairman of the board of Swiss chemicals group Sika gestures as he addresses a news conference...
Zurich, Switzerland
Haelg, chairman of the board of Swiss chemicals group Sika addresses a news conference in Zurich
Paul Haelg, chairman of the board of Swiss chemicals group Sika gestures as he addresses a news conference in Zurich January 26, 2015. An attempt by Sika's major shareholder to sell the Swiss chemicals firm to French rival Saint-Gobain was dealt a new blow on Monday, when Sika's board sought to reduce the shareholder's voting rights. The Burkard-Schenker family, which has majority voting rights in Sika but only 16.1 percent of the shares, agreed last month to a 2.75 billion Swiss franc ($3.1 billion) takeover offer for the company from Saint-Gobain. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
LINDT-SALES/
RTR4L8KB
January 13, 2015
The plant of Swiss chocolate maker Lindt & Spruengli is seen in Kilchberg near Zurich January 13, 2015....
Kilchberg, Switzerland
The plant of Swiss chocolate maker Lindt & Spruengli is seen in Kilchberg near Zurich
The plant of Swiss chocolate maker Lindt & Spruengli is seen in Kilchberg near Zurich January 13, 2015. Lindt & Spruengli said the takeover of U.S. candymaker Russell Stover would continue to fuel growth in the future after strong demand for premium chocolate boosted sales in 2014. Record-high cocoa prices forced many chocolate makers to raise prices last year, but Lindt has fared better than rivals thanks to its fast expansion in North America and its focus on the coveted premium segment that peers like Nestle are also trying to enter. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
LINDT-SALES/
RTR4L8KA
January 13, 2015
Chocolate is offered in a factory shop of Swiss chocolate maker Lindt & Spruengli in Kilchberg near Zurich...
Kilchberg, Switzerland
Chocolate is offered in a factory shop of Swiss chocolate maker Lindt & Spruengli in Kilchberg near Zurich...
Chocolate is offered in a factory shop of Swiss chocolate maker Lindt & Spruengli in Kilchberg near Zurich January 13, 2015. Lindt & Spruengli said the takeover of U.S. candymaker Russell Stover would continue to fuel growth in the future after strong demand for premium chocolate boosted sales in 2014. Record-high cocoa prices forced many chocolate makers to raise prices last year, but Lindt has fared better than rivals thanks to its fast expansion in North America and its focus on the coveted premium segment that peers like Nestle are also trying to enter. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
CLUB-MED-GLOBALRESORTS/
RTR4JYY1
January 03, 2015
A logo is seen on a Club Med travel agency in Paris, January 3, 2015. Global Resorts, the investment...
Paris, France
A logo is seen on a Club Med travel agency in Paris
A logo is seen on a Club Med travel agency in Paris, January 3, 2015. Global Resorts, the investment vehicle of Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi, has decided not to raise its offer for struggling French resort operator Club Mediterranee and to withdraw its bid, ending France's longest-running takeover battle. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (FRANCE - Tags: TRAVEL BUSINESS)
CLUB-MED-GLOBALRESORTS/
RTR4JYVY
January 03, 2015
A logo is seen on a Club Med travel agency in Paris, January 3, 2015. Global Resorts, the investment...
Paris, France
A logo is seen on a Club Med travel agency in Paris
A logo is seen on a Club Med travel agency in Paris, January 3, 2015. Global Resorts, the investment vehicle of Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi, has decided not to raise its offer for struggling French resort operator Club Mediterranee and to withdraw its bid, ending France's longest-running takeover battle. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (FRANCE - Tags: TRAVEL BUSINESS)
CLUB-MED-GLOBALRESORTS/
RTR4JYVP
January 03, 2015
A logo is seen on a Club Med travel agency in Paris, January 3, 2015. Global Resorts, the investment...
Paris, France
A logo is seen on a Club Med travel agency in Paris
A logo is seen on a Club Med travel agency in Paris, January 3, 2015. Global Resorts, the investment vehicle of Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi, has decided not to raise its offer for struggling French resort operator Club Mediterranee and to withdraw its bid, ending France's longest-running takeover battle. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (FRANCE - Tags: TRAVEL BUSINESS)
CLUB-MED-GLOBALRESORTS/
RTR4JYVK
January 03, 2015
A logo is seen on a Club Med travel agency in Paris, January 3, 2015. Global Resorts, the investment...
Paris, France
A logo is seen on a Club Med travel agency in Paris
A logo is seen on a Club Med travel agency in Paris, January 3, 2015. Global Resorts, the investment vehicle of Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi, has decided not to raise its offer for struggling French resort operator Club Mediterranee and to withdraw its bid, ending France's longest-running takeover battle. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (FRANCE - Tags: TRAVEL BUSINESS)
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December 22, 2014
A company logo is seen over the main entrance of the Club Med vacation resort in Val d'Isere, in the...
Val D'isere, France
A company logo is seen over the main entrance of the Club Med vacation resort in Val d'Isere
A company logo is seen over the main entrance of the Club Med vacation resort in Val d'Isere, in the French Alps, December 20, 2014. Chinese billionaire Guo Guangchang sweetened his bid for struggling Club Mediterranee at the last minute on Friday, trumping a 24 euro-a-share offer from Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi in France's longest-running takeover battle. The new 24.60 euro offer, made a few hours before Friday's 1700 GMT deadline, valued the holiday operator at 939 million euros ($1.15 billion). It is the eighth offer that Club Med investors have been asked to evaluate since May 2013 when Guo first offered 17 euros. Picture taken December 20, 2014. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
CLUBMED-M&A/FOSUN-INTL
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December 19, 2014
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing attends a news conference in Paris December...
Paris, France
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing attends a news conference in Paris
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing attends a news conference in Paris December 19, 2014. Chinese billionaire Guo Guangchang sweetened his bid for struggling Club Mediterranee at the last minute on Friday, trumping a 24 euro-a-share offer from Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi in France's longest-running takeover battle. The new 24.60 euro offer, made a few hours before Friday's 1700 GMT deadline, valued the holiday operator at 939 million euros ($1.15 billion). It is the eighth offer that Club Med investors have been asked to evaluate since May 2013 when Guo first offered 17 euros. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL HEADSHOT)
CLUBMED-M&A/FOSUN-INTL
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December 19, 2014
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing attends a news conference in Paris December...
Paris, France
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing attends a news conference in Paris
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing attends a news conference in Paris December 19, 2014. Chinese billionaire Guo Guangchang sweetened his bid for struggling Club Mediterranee at the last minute on Friday, trumping a 24 euro-a-share offer from Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi in France's longest-running takeover battle. The new 24.60 euro offer, made a few hours before Friday's 1700 GMT deadline, valued the holiday operator at 939 million euros ($1.15 billion). It is the eighth offer that Club Med investors have been asked to evaluate since May 2013 when Guo first offered 17 euros. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL HEADSHOT)
CLUBMED-M&A/FOSUN-INTL
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December 19, 2014
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing (2ndL) and Qian Jiannong (L), President of...
Paris, France
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing and Qian Jiannong, President of Fosun Tourism...
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing (2ndL) and Qian Jiannong (L), President of Fosun Tourism & Commercial Group, attend a news conference in Paris December 19, 2014. Chinese billionaire Guo Guangchang sweetened his bid for struggling Club Mediterranee at the last minute on Friday, trumping a 24 euro-a-share offer from Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi in France's longest-running takeover battle. The new 24.60 euro offer, made a few hours before Friday's 1700 GMT deadline, valued the holiday operator at 939 million euros ($1.15 billion). It is the eighth offer that Club Med investors have been asked to evaluate since May 2013 when Guo first offered 17 euros. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL HEADSHOT)
CLUBMED-M&A/FOSUN-INTL
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December 19, 2014
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing attends a news conference in Paris December...
Paris, France
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing attends a news conference in Paris
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing attends a news conference in Paris December 19, 2014. Chinese billionaire Guo Guangchang sweetened his bid for struggling Club Mediterranee at the last minute on Friday, trumping a 24 euro-a-share offer from Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi in France's longest-running takeover battle. The new 24.60 euro offer, made a few hours before Friday's 1700 GMT deadline, valued the holiday operator at 939 million euros ($1.15 billion). It is the eighth offer that Club Med investors have been asked to evaluate since May 2013 when Guo first offered 17 euros. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL HEADSHOT)
CLUBMED-M&A/FOSUN-INTL
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December 19, 2014
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing gestures as he speaks during a news conference...
Paris, France
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing attends a news conference in Paris
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing gestures as he speaks during a news conference in Paris December 19, 2014. Chinese billionaire Guo Guangchang sweetened his bid for struggling Club Mediterranee at the last minute on Friday, trumping a 24 euro-a-share offer from Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi in France's longest-running takeover battle. The new 24.60 euro offer, made a few hours before Friday's 1700 GMT deadline, valued the holiday operator at 939 million euros ($1.15 billion). It is the eighth offer that Club Med investors have been asked to evaluate since May 2013 when Guo first offered 17 euros. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
CLUBMED-M&A/FOSUN-INTL
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December 19, 2014
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing (R) and Qian Jiannong, President of Fosun...
Paris, France
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing and Qian Jiannong, President of Fosun Tourism...
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing (R) and Qian Jiannong, President of Fosun Tourism & Commercial Group, attend a news conference in Paris December 19, 2014. Chinese billionaire Guo Guangchang sweetened his bid for struggling Club Mediterranee at the last minute on Friday, trumping a 24 euro-a-share offer from Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi in France's longest-running takeover battle. The new 24.60 euro offer, made a few hours before Friday's 1700 GMT deadline, valued the holiday operator at 939 million euros ($1.15 billion). It is the eighth offer that Club Med investors have been asked to evaluate since May 2013 when Guo first offered 17 euros. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL HEADSHOT)
CLUBMED-M&A/FOSUN-INTL
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December 19, 2014
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing attends a news conference in Paris December...
Paris, France
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing attends a news conference in Paris
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing attends a news conference in Paris December 19, 2014. Chinese billionaire Guo Guangchang sweetened his bid for struggling Club Mediterranee at the last minute on Friday, trumping a 24 euro-a-share offer from Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi in France's longest-running takeover battle. The new 24.60 euro offer, made a few hours before Friday's 1700 GMT deadline, valued the holiday operator at 939 million euros ($1.15 billion). It is the eighth offer that Club Med investors have been asked to evaluate since May 2013 when Guo first offered 17 euros. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
CLUBMED-M&A/FOSUN-INTL
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December 19, 2014
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing attends a news conference in Paris December...
Paris, France
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing attends a news conference in Paris
Club Mediterannee Chairman and CEO Henri Giscard d'Estaing attends a news conference in Paris December 19, 2014. Chinese billionaire Guo Guangchang sweetened his bid for struggling Club Mediterranee at the last minute on Friday, trumping a 24 euro-a-share offer from Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi in France's longest-running takeover battle. The new 24.60 euro offer, made a few hours before Friday's 1700 GMT deadline, valued the holiday operator at 939 million euros ($1.15 billion). It is the eighth offer that Club Med investors have been asked to evaluate since May 2013 when Guo first offered 17 euros. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL HEADSHOT)
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December 05, 2014
French businessman Serge Trigano, the son of Club Mediterranee founder Gilbert Trigano, attends a press...
Paris, France
French businessman Serge Trigano, the son of Club Mediterranee founder Gilbert Trigano, attends a press...
French businessman Serge Trigano, the son of Club Mediterranee founder Gilbert Trigano, attends a press briefing in Paris December 5, 2014. Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi raised his takeover bid for Club Med to 24 euros a share on Friday, trumping a 23.50 euros offer for the French holiday group from Chinese billionaire Guo Guangchang. Bomomi's latest move in France's longest-running takeover battle values the loss-making holiday group at 915 million euros ($1.13 billion). It is the seventh offer its investors have been asked to consider since May last year when Guo offered a low-ball 17 euros a share. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL HEADSHOT)
CLUB MED-M&A/
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December 05, 2014
French businessman Serge Trigano, the son of Club Mediterranee founder Gilbert Trigano, attends a press...
Paris, France
French businessman Serge Trigano, the son of Club Mediterranee founder Gilbert Trigano, attends a press...
French businessman Serge Trigano, the son of Club Mediterranee founder Gilbert Trigano, attends a press briefing in Paris December 5, 2014. Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi raised his takeover bid for Club Med to 24 euros a share on Friday, trumping a 23.50 euros offer for the French holiday group from Chinese billionaire Guo Guangchang. Bomomi's latest move in France's longest-running takeover battle values the loss-making holiday group at 915 million euros ($1.13 billion). It is the seventh offer its investors have been asked to consider since May last year when Guo offered a low-ball 17 euros a share. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL HEADSHOT)
CLUB MED-M&A/
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December 05, 2014
Italian businessman Andrea Bonomi speaks during a press briefing in Paris December 5, 2014. Italian tycoon...
Paris, France
Italian businessman Andrea Bonomi speaks during a press briefing in Paris
Italian businessman Andrea Bonomi speaks during a press briefing in Paris December 5, 2014. Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi raised his takeover bid for Club Med to 24 euros a share on Friday, trumping a 23.50 euros offer for the French holiday group from Chinese billionaire Guo Guangchang. Bomomi's latest move in France's longest-running takeover battle values the loss-making holiday group at 915 million euros ($1.13 billion). It is the seventh offer its investors have been asked to consider since May last year when Guo offered a low-ball 17 euros a share. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL HEADSHOT)
CLUB MED-M&A/
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December 05, 2014
French businessman Serge Trigano, the son of Club Mediterranee founder Gilbert Trigano, attends a press...
Paris, France
French businessman Serge Trigano, the son of Club Mediterranee founder Gilbert Trigano, attends a press...
French businessman Serge Trigano, the son of Club Mediterranee founder Gilbert Trigano, attends a press briefing in Paris December 5, 2014. Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi raised his takeover bid for Club Med to 24 euros a share on Friday, trumping a 23.50 euros offer for the French holiday group from Chinese billionaire Guo Guangchang. Bomomi's latest move in France's longest-running takeover battle values the loss-making holiday group at 915 million euros ($1.13 billion). It is the seventh offer its investors have been asked to consider since May last year when Guo offered a low-ball 17 euros a share. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL HEADSHOT)
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December 05, 2014
Italian businessman Andrea Bonomi speaks during a press briefing in Paris December 5, 2014. Italian tycoon...
Paris, France
Italian businessman Andrea Bonomi speaks during a press briefing in Paris
Italian businessman Andrea Bonomi speaks during a press briefing in Paris December 5, 2014. Italian tycoon Andrea Bonomi raised his takeover bid for Club Med to 24 euros a share on Friday, trumping a 23.50 euros offer for the French holiday group from Chinese billionaire Guo Guangchang. Bomomi's latest move in France's longest-running takeover battle values the loss-making holiday group at 915 million euros ($1.13 billion). It is the seventh offer its investors have been asked to consider since May last year when Guo offered a low-ball 17 euros a share. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL HEADSHOT)
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