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INM shares drop as it confirms row over acquisition

Investors are now watching to see if the company can put the dispute behind it

29th November, 2016
Independent News & Media head offices on Talbot Street in Dublin

Shares in INM slipped in morning trading, losing nearly 4.4 per cent to stand at 10.8 cent by 12:40 p.m., despite a broadly steady performance from the overall market which was up by 0.2 per cent.

executive officer and the chairman in relation to the terms of a possible acquisition by the company".

INM said discussions on the possible acquisition ended at a preliminary stage and the acquisition was never considered by its board but Pitt, a former...

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