BRIEF-Avon Products says Cleveland Apple Investor voted in favor of electing Chan Galbato, Steven Mayer, Michael Sanford to board
* Avon products -cleveland apple investor voted its series c preferred stock in favor of electing chan galbato, steven mayer, michael sanford to board Source text (http://bit.ly/2omndOb) Further company coverage:
* $60 million funding commitment from two sigma private investments, Epic Insurance Brokers And Consultants, a portfolio company of Carlyle Group Source text for Eikon:
MILAN, March 30 Italian consumer electronics retailer Unieuro has lowered the minimum stake offered in an initial public offering, which is set to close on Thursday, to around 32 percent of its capital from 42.5 percent previously, two market sources said.
LONDON, March 30 Bankers are working on debt packages of around €1.2bn to back a potential sale of Dutch car park operator Q-Park, banking sources said on Thursday.
* PIMCO says hires Gregory Hall as managing director, head of private strategies
MILAN, March 30 Italian consumer electronics retailer Unieuro has cut to 11 euros a share the indicative price for its initial share offering ahead of its closing later on Thursday, two market sources said.
NEW YORK, March 30 Pacific Investment Management Co on Thursday said it had hired Gregory Hall as a managing director and head of private strategies.
* Files to say it raised about $25 million in equity financing - SEC filing Source text: (http://bit.ly/2njQPKF)
BRUSSELS, March 30 The following are mergers under review by the European Commission and a brief guide to the EU merger process:
* Philip R. Harper reports 13.6 percent passive stake in Aevi Genomic Medicine Inc as of March 20 - sec filing Source text : http://bit.ly/2olmBsg Further company coverage:
MUNICH, Germany Linde's works council chief will vote against the German industrial gases group's planned $65 billion merger with U.S. rival Praxair when it comes up for approval by the supervisory board, he told Reuters on Thursday.
NEW DELHI India's reaction to an Amazon.com website selling doormats resembling the country's flag involved an unprecedented public and private offensive against the U.S. company by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government, a document shows.