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Schibsted ASA - Q1 EBITDA Nok 594 Million
Schibsted Reiterates Financial Targets With A Revenue Target For Nordic Marketplaces Of 8-12% In Medium To Long-Term
Adevinta And eBay Issue Update On Proposed Transaction Of eBay Classifieds Group
Schibsted ASA is a Norway-based company which operates as a holding company for Schibsted Group. The Group is organized within two operating segments: Marketplaces and Media. The Marketplaces segment comprises online classifieds operations in Norway and Sweden, including FINN.no and Blocket.se. The Media segment consists of publishing operations in Norway and Sweden, including VG, Aftenposten, Stavanger Aftenblad, Bergens Tidende, Faedrelandsvennen, Aftonbladet, Svenska Dagbladet and Omni, in addition to such companies as Lendo, Prisjakt, Let’s Deal, among others. The Company conducts its business through a net of subsidiaries located worldwide and distributes its products in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas. The Company owns Yapo.cl. and a share in OLX Brazil, among others.
Ole J. Sunde
Chairman of the Board
Kristin Skogen Lund
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Chief People & Corporate Affairs Officer
Executive Vice President of Next
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* Shares surge more than 10 percent (Adds analyst comment, background)
Media group Schibsted will spin off its international online classified ads operations in an initial public offering, the Norwegian company said on Tuesday, sending its shares surging more than 10 percent.
Shares in Norwegian media and classified ads group Schibsted surged on Tuesday <SBSTA.OL> after it reported record second quarter core earnings and continued to reduce capital investments.
Media Group Schibsted said in Q2 report:
Norwegian media and classified ads group Schibsted said it continued to reduce capital investments as it reported better-than-expected second-quarter core earnings on Tuesday.
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