News: Vivendi SA (VIV.PA)

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Wed, Nov 19 2014

Activision settles investor suit for record $275 mln

Nov 19 - Videogame maker Activision Blizzard reached a record $275 million settlement over a lawsuit by a shareholder who opposed the company's 2013 deal to acquire its stock that was held by Vivendi SA.

Vivendi profits get boost from Maroc Tel, Beats disposals

PARIS - European media firm Vivendi nearly doubled the profits attributable to the group to 2.75 billion euros ($3.44 billion) in the first nine months by collecting the proceeds of selling its Moroccan telecom unit and a stake in headphone maker Beats.

Vivendi outperforms in third quarter, big profits from disposals

PARIS - European media group Vivendi posted a rise in profit that beat expectations on Friday due to cost cutting and the performance of its music business, while it stayed mum on plans to use billions earned from selling telecoms units.

UPDATE 1-Vivendi outperforms in Q3, big profits from disposals

PARIS, Nov 14 - European media group Vivendi posted a rise in profit that beat expectations on Friday due to cost cutting and the performance of its music business, while it stayed mum on plans to use billions earned from selling telecoms units.

BRIEF-Vivendi sees Q4 trends consistent with rest of year

PARIS, Nov 14 - Vivendi Chief Financial Officer Herve Philippe said on a conference call after third-quarter results:

Vivendi profits get boost from Maroc Tel, Beats disposals

PARIS - European media firm Vivendi nearly doubled the profits attributable to the group to 2.75 billion euros ($3.44 billion) in the first nine months by collecting the proceeds of selling its Moroccan telecom unit and a stake in headphone maker Beats.

Vivendi profits get boost from Maroc Tel, Beats disposals

PARIS, Nov 14 - European media firm Vivendi nearly doubled the profits attributable to the group to 2.75 billion euros ($3.44 billion) in the first nine months by collecting the proceeds of selling its Moroccan telecom unit and a stake in headphone maker Beats.

CORRECTED-Rising stars make Adidas more American, less soccer-mad

(Corrects spelling of company name in 3rd paragraph to Vivaldi Partners from Vivendi)

UPDATE 2-Numericable launches 4.7 bln eur rights issue

(Updates with confirmation of launch, pricing details, SFR results)

Vivendi's SFR posts 2.9 percent drop in nine-month revenue

PARIS - Vivendi said its SFR mobile division posted a 2.9 percent drop in revenue in the first nine months of the year, pulled down by its retail business.

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