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Office Depot Inc (ODP.OQ)

ODP.OQ on NASDAQ Stock Exchange Global Select Market

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Tue, Feb 6 2018

BRIEF-Office Depot Declares Quarterly Cash Dividend Of $0.025 Per Share

* OFFICE DEPOT DECLARES QUARTERLY CASH DIVIDEND OF $0.025 PER SHARE Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Office Depot Says Entered Into Letter Agreement With CFO Joseph Lower

* OFFICE DEPOT SAYS ENTERED INTO LETTER AGREEMENT WITH CFO JOSEPH LOWER - SEC FILING

BRIEF-Office Depot Says Joseph Lower Appointed CFO

* OFFICE DEPOT INC ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF NEW CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

BRIEF-Paulson & Co dissolves share stake in Facebook, cuts share stake in Allergan

* Paulson & Co Inc dissolves share stake in Facebook Inc ‍​- SEC filing

BRIEF-Office Depot posts Q3 adj EPS of $0.14 from cont ops

* Office Depot Inc Announces completion of CompuCom acquisition and transformation towards a services-driven company in conjunction with third quarter 2017 results

LPC: Office Depot’s M&A loan hits turbulence in retail sector

(The story corrects sales comparisons in the 11th paragraph)

LPC: Office Depot’s M&A loan hits turbulence in retail sector

(The story corrects sales comparisons in the 11th paragraph)

LPC: Office Depot considers sweeteners to M&A loan

NEW YORK Publicly-traded US office supplies retailer Office Depot is considering making revisions to the US$750m leveraged loan backing its roughly US$1bn acquisition of CompuCom, amid a syndication process fraught with investors' wariness with retailers, according to three sources familiar with the matter.

CORRECTED-LPC: Office Depot’s M&A loan hits turbulence in retail sector

NEW YORK, Nov 2A US$750m leveraged loan for publicly-traded US office supplies retailer Office Depot is testing sentiment to the retail sector as online competition, the threat of further technological disruption and rising default rates make investors think twice about lending.

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