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Mainstream stock gets €50m of investor demand 'Grey market' deal suggests valuation of €540m for renewables company as new investors come on board Mainstream Renewable Power has interests around the world, including Africa, and is looking to expand globally Mainstream Renewable Power has attracted €50m of investor demand for shares made available on a private trading venue. The privately-held company put in place...
Viridian cuts power station value by €91m Viridian’s power station in Huntstown, west Dublin A unit of power company Viridian, whose consumer and business arm trades as Energia, posted an €81.5m loss in its last financial year as it slashed the value of its Huntstown 2 power plant in north Dublin by €91.5m during a dispute with national grid operator EirGrid. That...
'It is my duty to deliver Brexit, and I intend to do so' - Theresa May vows to put 'unsettling' 24 hours behind her Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May makes a statement following winning a confidence vote, after Parliament rejected her Brexit deal, outside 10 Downing Street in London, Britain, January 16, 2019. REUTERS/Clodagh KilcoyneEDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO SALES. NO...
Is the clampdown on Chinese tech giants prescient or paranoid? Telecoms firms in China are attracting unprecedented attention for being too closely aligned with its government. Adrian Weckler hears from a trenchant critic - Rivada founder Declan Ganley Bad deal: Declan Ganley believes spectrum allocation policies have been ‘wrong-headed’ and that the auction system is bad for the mobile industry and...

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