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October 21, 2016

A.G. Sulzberger appointed deputy publisher of New York Times, A.G. Sulzberger appointed deputy publisher of New York Times, and Vivendi lawsuit dialled up to 11

A.G. Sulzberger appointed deputy publisher of New York Times

Fifth-generation Arthur Gregg “A.G.” Sulzberger has been appointed deputy publisher of the New York Times, setting him up to one day succeed his father, Arthur Sulzberger Jr.

The 36-year-old next-generation executive takes on the role amid a difficult time for the publication: readers and advertisers are slowly shifting to online, while publishers are shifting their resources within the newsroom.

April 15, 2016

Bollore Group raided over west Africa port concessions; Marriott and Starwood join hands in blockbuster hotel deal; and Sika board limits Burkard family vote

Bollore Group raided over west Africa port concessions

French authorities have searched the headquarters of Bollore Group in Paris as part of an investigation into alleged port concessions it received in West Africa.

The investigation is looking into a possible relationship between Bollore Group, headed by seventh-gen Vincent Bollore, and Francis Perez, the president of casino and hotel group Pefaco.

February 20, 2015

Munjal patriarch sells €263 stake in Hero MotoCorp; Share prices at Bollore jump for second day; Orascom to list fertiliser and chemical division; and Heineken board looks to appoint family member

Munjal patriarch sells €263 stake in Hero MotoCorp

Brijmohan Lall Munjal, the chairman of Indian motorcycle manufacturer Hero Motocorp and Munjal family patriarch, has sold €263 million worth of shares in order to raise capital for new investments.

The 91-year-old sold nearly seven million shares in the company he co-founded, reducing his ownership stake to just over 36% from 39.9%. Analysts believe the chairman is looking to raise cash for investment in the power and real estate sectors.

September 1, 2010

Improved revenues in Latin America underpinned growth at Havas, the advertising and communications services group controlled by the Bolloré and Rodés families.

Improved revenues in Latin America underpinned growth at Havas, the advertising and communications services group controlled by the Bolloré and Rodés families.

The Paris-based group recorded a 4.2% increase in revenues in the first half of 2010 to €729 million, compared with the same period last year. This was largely due to a 25% growth in business in Latin America as growth in Europe and North America fell 2.6% and 4.9% respectively.

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