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Debenhams Chairman steps down after CEO and Chairman not re-elected to board by two major investors, including 29%-owner Sports Direct; CEO stays on.
Flybe recommends 1p/share cash offer (93.9% discount to yesterday’s 16.38p close) from Connect Airways (JV: 30% Stobart, 30% Virgin Atlantic) valuing it at just 2.2m (£35.5m market cap yesterday). The JV will provide up to £80m further funding and contribute Stobart Air.
Grafton FY like-for-like total revenue +8.4% YoY, average daily revenue +4.3%, with contributions from both organic growth and Leyland SDM acquisition.. Now expects FY EBITA “slightly ahead” of the top end of the £185.1-188.5m consensus range.
(Sources: Company newswires, Bloomberg, CNBC, FT, Reuters, Wall Street Journal)
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