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  1. Vivendi Chairman Increases Company Stake to 10.2 Percent

    8:48 am 3/27/2015

    Vincent Bollore spends $687 million to raise his firm's stake in the company from 8.2 percent. Read more

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  2. Analysts' European Entertainment Stock Picks for 2015: ITV, ProSieben

    4:25 am 1/5/2015

    Nomura expects "more of a stock-picking than a macroeconomic/subsector-driven year"Read more

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  3. Vivendi Earnings Up on Strength of CanalPlus Group

    9:54 am 11/14/2014

    Strong sales of the 'Frozen' soundtrack and releases from Ariana Grande and 5 Seconds of Summer helped subsidiary Universal Music GroupRead more

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  4. France's CanalPlus to Launch Pan-African Entertainment Channel

    4:21 am 10/22/2014

    Chris Rock's 'Everybody Hates Chris' and 'Moesha' with Brandy will air alongside local fare in 20 countriesRead more

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  5. Netflix Reportedly Reaches More Than 100,000 Subscribers in France

    7:17 am 10/1/2014

    The streaming video giant launched in six European countries in mid-SeptemberRead more

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  6. Spain's Telefonica Offers Vivendi $8.9 Billion for Brazilian Telecom Unit‎

    3:26 am 8/6/2014

    The acquisition of Global Village Telecom would make Madrid-based Telefonica Latin America's largest telecom operator.Read more

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  7. New Vivendi Chairman Touts Synergies, 'Hidden Value'

    9:17 am 6/24/2014

    Vincent Bollore doesn't signal what types of acquisitions he would be interested in, but outgoing chair Jean-Rene Fourtou explains his concerns about the "Call of Duty" video game franchise.Read more

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  8. ‎Vivendi Media Strategy, Possible Deals in Focus Ahead of Annual Meeting

    12:09 pm 6/23/2014

    After recent divestitures, the conglomerate has a cash war chest that incoming chairman Vincent Bollore could use for acquisitions, analysts say.Read more

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  9. Vivendi Looking to Sell German VOD Platform Watchever

    12:00 pm 6/11/2014

    The French media giant is reportedly seeking a buyer for the money-losing VOD service as Netflix plans to enter the German market later this year.Read more

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  10. Netflix Faces Uphill Battle in Germany

    7:49 am 6/6/2014

    The online streaming giant will enter Europe's number one TV market in fourth place behind Amazon and local competitors, a study finds.Read more

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