Thursday February 20, 2020

News In Brief

6th March, 2016

A dissident shareholder group at Iseq-listed telemarketer Zamano is demanding that the company pay out a dividend after consistent growth in recent years.

The group is led by the financial blogger who writes under the name Wexboy and who is claiming to represent the interests of 13.5 per cent of the shareholders.

In an open letter to the board of the company published last week, the blogger wrote that the company’s performance merited a payout of...

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