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Giancarlo Navach

Italy pasta maker Divella aims to sell 30% stake to a strategic partner

Sep 08 2021

MILAN, Sept 8 The family owners of Italian pasta maker Divella are considering the sale of a 30% stake in the company to a strategic partner who will help the group to expand abroad, the group's Co-Chief Executive Officer Vincenzo Divella told Reuters.

European soccer club shares jump after Super League announcement

Apr 19 2021

MILAN Shares in English soccer team Manchester United and Italy's Juventus jumped on Monday after they and 10 other top European clubs announced the formation of a breakaway Super League that could significantly boost revenue for the clubs' wealthy owners.

DiaSorin strikes $1.8 billion Luminex deal to dodge 'COVID cliff'

Apr 12 2021

MILAN (Reuters) -Italian diagnostics firm DiaSorin has agreed to buy U.S. rival Luminex Corp for $1.8 billion in a move that could boost its molecular business and offset a potential drop in demand for COVID-19 tests as the pandemic is brought under control.

Telecom Italia shares drop as uncertainty clouds single network project

Mar 19 2021

MILAN Shares in Telecom Italia fell more than 6% on the Milan bourse on Friday on growing uncertainty over Italy's plans for a single super-fast broadband network.

UPDATE 1-Diagnostics group Diasorin unable to give full-year guidance

Mar 11 2021

MILAN, March 11 Italian diagnostics group Diasorin said on Thursday it was unable to provide full-year earnings guidance given the uncertainty related to the coronavirus health emergency, after reporting a 39.2% increase in core earnings for 2020.

Italy's A2A to spend 16 billion euros in green drive

Jan 20 2021

MILANO Italy's largest regional utility A2A will spend 16 billion euros ($19.45 billion) between now and 2030 to cut its carbon footprint and grow its waste and water business.

Withering on the vine? Coronavirus compounds southern Italy's woes

Mar 26 2020

BARI, Italy Grape exporters in Puglia – the heel on Italy's boot -- don't have time for debates about European solidarity bonds.

Italian schools go digital as coronavirus shuts classrooms

Mar 02 2020

MILAN For schoolchildren in northern Italy, the beginning of their second week blocked at home because of coronavirus saw a scramble to adapt digital alternatives to the classroom, ranging from online maths games to homework on Dante sent by WhatsApp.

Italian schools go digital as coronavirus shuts classrooms

Mar 02 2020

MILAN For schoolchildren in northern Italy, the beginning of their second week blocked at home because of coronavirus saw a scramble to adapt digital alternatives to the classroom, ranging from online maths games to homework on Dante sent by WhatsApp.

Italian government, ArcelorMittal dig in over Ilva row

Nov 05 2019

MILAN Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Tuesday he would not allow ArcelorMittal to pull out of its acquisition of troubled steel plant Ilva, as the threat of huge job losses piled pressure on the government.

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