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Thu, Mar 30 2017

UPDATE 2-Norway's Opera aims to double sales by 2019/2020

March 30 Norway's Opera Software Asa on Thursday set a goal to raise its revenues to more than $1 billion in 2019 or 2020, from $537 million in 2016, and to boost its EBITDA earnings margin to about 15 percent from the 9.1 percent seen last year.

BRIEF-Opera CEO aims to hit revenue target above $1 bln in 2019 or 2020

March 30 Opera Software Asa CEO Lars Boilesen told Reuters:

BRIEF-Opera Software sets "medium-term" goal to double sales to more than $1 billion

* Maintains 2017 target of revenues $550 million-$650 million, up from $537 million in 2016

BRIEF-Will Kassoy, ceo adColony, buys 100,000 shares in Opera Software

* Will Kassoy, CEO adColony, purchased 100,000 shares in Opera Software asa at an average price of nok 38.7692 per share Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting By Ole Petter Skonnord)

BRIEF-Opera Software appoints Petter Lade as CFO

* says Petter Lade is appointed as CFO in Opera Software, effective immediately

RPT-BRIEF-Opera Software Q4 revenues in line, core earnings beat forecast

* q4 adjusted ebitda $17.6 million (Reuters poll $11.9 million)

BRIEF-Opera Software Q4 revenues in line, core earnings beat forecast

* q4 adjusted ebitda $17.6 million (Reuters poll $11.9 million)

Opera Software to develop remaining business rather than sell: CEO

OSLO Norway's Opera Software remains focused on developing its remaining business units rather than selling more, its chief executive said following the divestment of its TV business on Tuesday.

BRIEF-Opera Software initiates share buyback program

* has decided to carry out a share buyback program of up to 14,664,700 shares, corresponding to up to approximately 10% of the issued shares, in line with proxy given in AGM in June

Opera CEO says no longer aiming for acquisitions or divestment

OSLO Norway's Opera Software no longer plans to buy or sell companies and will instead stay focused on developing its mobile advertising units after the recent divestment of a key business, chief executive Lars Boilesen told Reuters on Monday.

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