Tuesday August 11, 2020

INM decision could lead to O’Brien clash

INM is ploughing ahead with its strategy to sell its African outdoor advertising business in a move which could pit management against former ‘‘dissident’’ shareholder Denis O’Brien. The Digicel founder and 26 per cent shareholder in INM has threaten

22nd August, 2009

INM is ploughing ahead with its strategy to sell its African outdoor advertising business in a move which could pit management against former ‘‘dissident’’ shareholder Denis O’Brien. The Digicel founder and 26 per cent shareholder in INM has threatened to vote against the sale of the African advertising division, as it would have to be put to a vote.

O’Brien told a Sunday newspaper last month that he was opposed...

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