Thursday April 9, 2020

Autonomy deal catapults Meridio onto stockmarkets

In March of this year, Brian Baird, chief executive of Belfast software firm Meridio, said that the company was considering a flotation on the junior markets in Dublin and London.

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In March of this year, Brian Baird, chief executive of Belfast software firm Meridio, said that the company was considering a flotation on the junior markets in Dublin and London.

Last week, Meridio started life on the stock markets after being acquired for stg£20 million (€28.6 million) by Autonomy, a London-quoted firm founded by Irishman Mike Lynch. The deal is made up of 1.33 million shares in Autonomy - worth about stg£12.9 million at a...

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