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Boral Posts FY Total Revenues A$5,345.7 Million
Boral Appoints Ryan Stokes As Chairman
Seven Group Holdings Raises Stake In Boral To 65.94% - Regulatory Filing
Boral Limited is an Australia-based building products and construction materials company. The Company is engaged in the manufacture and supply of building and construction materials in Australia, the United States and Asia. The Company's segments include Boral Australia, USG Boral, and Boral North America. The Boral Australia segment offers construction materials and cement, including quarries, concrete, asphalt, transport, landfill, property, cement and concrete placing, and building products, including roofing and masonry, and timber products. The USG Boral segment is a 50/50 joint venture between USG Corporation and Boral Limited, which is engaged in the manufacturing and selling of plasterboard and associated products. The Boral North America segment offers fly ash, stone, roofing, light building products, windows, and a 50% share of the Meridian Brick joint venture.
Constr. - Supplies & Fixtures
L 18 15 Blue Street
NORTH SYDNEY, NSW
Ryan Kerry Stokes
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Director
Chief Financial Officer, Strategy Officer
Frederic De Rougemont
Chief Executive Officer - USG Boral
Group President HSE, Innovation, Sustainability & Operations Excellence
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Diversified Australian investor Seven Group on Tuesday raised its buyout offer for Boral to A$7.40 per share, its latest bid in a near two-month long battle to take full control of the building materials supplier.
Australian diversified investor Seven Group Holdings on Tuesday raised its offer to buy shares it does not already own in Boral Ltd by 10 cents to A$7.40 per share, valuing the building materials supplier at A$8.75 billion ($6.62 billion).
(The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are their own.)
Australia's Boral Ltd said it would sell its North American building products business to a unit of NYSE-listed Westlake Chemical Corp for $2.15 billion, throwing a spanner in the works of a takeover bid by Seven Group.
Australia's Boral Ltd on Monday said it has agreed to sell its North American building products business to a unit of NYSE-listed Westlake Chemical Corp for $2.15 billion. (Reporting by Tejaswi Marthi in Bengaluru; Editing by Christopher Cushing)
Australia's Boral Ltd said on Thursday an independent expert's estimate valued its shares as much as 40% higher than suitor Seven Group Holdings Ltd's off-market takeover bid price, and asked shareholders to reject the offer.
Australia's Boral Ltd on Tuesday urged its shareholders to reject a takeover offer from diversified investor Seven Group Holdings, saying that the offer of buying Boral shares at no premium was "opportunistic" and undervalued the company.
Australia's Boral Ltd on Tuesday urged shareholders to reject a nil-premium takeover offer from diversified Australian investor Seven Group Holdings, saying it undervalued the construction materials maker.
Diversified Australian investor Seven Group Holdings offered to buy shares it does not already own in Boral, valuing the building materials supplier at $6.23 billion, to leverage a housing market that is rebounding from pandemic lows.
Australia's Seven Group Holdings made an off-market takeover offer for Boral on Monday that values the building materials supplier at A$7.91 billion ($6.23 billion).
Australia's Boral Ltd said on Thursday it is exploring a potential sale, or a joint venture, as part of a review of its struggling North American fly ash business.
Boral Ltd said on Friday it would sell its North America-based Meridian Brick business to Austrian brick manufacturer Wienerberger for $250 million and exit from brick operations as the pandemic batters construction markets.
Boral Ltd said on Friday it would sell its North America-based Meridian Brick business to Austrian brick manufacturer Wienerberger for $250 million and exit from brick operations globally.
Top Australian building materials maker Boral Ltd <BLD.AX> said it was selling out of its plasterboard business and considering exiting the United States, a retreat from a global expansion strategy as the novel coronavirus batters construction markets.
Australia's Boral Ltd on Tuesday said it will sell its 50% stake in joint venture USG Boral to Germany-based Gebr Knauf KG for A$1.43 billion ($1.02 billion).
Australia's Boral Ltd on Monday slashed its earnings expectations for fiscal 2020, scrapped a final dividend payout and said it would book an impairment charge of A$1.35 billion ($967.14 million) on some underperforming assets.
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* Shares gain 2% in early deals (Adds comments, background, shares)
Australian building materials maker Boral Ltd said on Monday industry veteran Zlatko Todorcevski will take over as chief executive officer and managing director from Mike Kane, who will retire in September.
* REDUCING CAPITAL EXPENDITURE BY ABOUT 15-20% TO ABOUT $330M IN FY2020
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