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Liberty Global PLC's Unit, Virgin Media Secured Finance PLC Entered Into A Purchase Agreement
Telefonica says 6.25 bln stg O2-Virgin Media synergies similar to other transactions
Liberty Global Says Co, Telefonica Merge UK Operations
Liberty Global plc (Liberty Global) is an international telecommunications company providing communications and entertainment services. The Company operates as a television and broadband company. Its segments include Liberty Global Group and LiLAC Group. The Liberty Global Group includes its operations in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Belgium, Switzerland and Central and Eastern Europe. The Liberty Global Group also includes the Company's investment in VodafoneZiggo Group Holding B.V., which operates a cable network in the Netherlands, and in various content businesses. The LiLAC Group has broadband operations predominately in Latin America and the Caribbean serving residential and business customers. The LiLAC Group includes its operations in Chile and Puerto Rico and its Cable & Wireless Communications Limited operations primarily in the Caribbean and Latin America, including sub-sea and terrestrial fiber optic cable networks.
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161 Hammersmith Road
John C. Malone
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Michael Thomas Fries
Vice Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer
Charles H. R. Bracken
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer
Bryan H. Hall
Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary
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Over 30 banks have piled into a £4bn loan to back a US$38bn merger of the British businesses of Liberty Global and Telefonica after the borrowers tapped their large banking relationships to secure the deal within a ten-day period.
Liberty Global and Telefonica have agreed to merge their British businesses in a $38 billion deal that will create a powerhouse in mobile and broadband to take on market leader BT.
JP Morgan and Citigroup have underwritten a £4bn unfunded credit facility to back the US$38bn merger of the British businesses of Liberty Global and Telefonica, creating an innovative financing plan designed to overcome the challenges that come with bringing such a large...
Liberty Global <LBTYA.O> expects no major regulatory challenge to a deal to merge its Virgin Media unit with British mobile operator O2, owned by Spain's Telefonica <TEF.MC>, its chief executive said on Thursday.
Liberty Global expects no major regulatory challenge to a deal to merge its Virgin Media unit with British mobile operator O2, owned by Spain's Telefonica , its chief executive said on Thursday.
The British units of Liberty Global Plc <LBTYA.O> and Telefónica SA <TEF.MC> will merge in a deal worth 24 billion pounds ($29.57 billion), the Financial Times reported https://www.ft.com/content/2b73a385-7218-47dc-83bf-18e6e3d5f8f4 on Thursday.
Spain's Telefonica SA confirmed on Monday it has opened talks with billionaire John Malone's Liberty Global Plc over a possible merger between both companies' British units.
Spain's Telefonica SA <TEF.MC> is in talks with billionaire John Malone's Liberty Global Plc <LBTYA.O> to explore a merger of its British mobile operator O2 with Liberty's Virgin Media cable network company, two sources familiar with the matter said.
Spain's Telefonica SA and billionaire John Malone's Liberty Global Plc are exploring a combination of their UK operations, Bloomberg News reported on Friday.
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Virgin Media, owned by Liberty Global, on Thursday reported a breach that allowed unauthorised access to the cable company's database that contained personal information of about 900,000 customers.
Sunrise Communications Chief Executive Olaf Swantee resigned and Chairman Peter Kurer will not run for re-election after the Swiss telecommunications company failed in its $6.3 billion bid to buy the Swiss unit of Liberty Global.
Liberty Global <LBTYA.O> has ended talks over combining its UPC Switzerland unit with Sunrise Communications <SRCG.S>, the U.S.-based cable company said, putting to rest hopes that the 6.3 billion Swiss franc ($6.32 billion) deal could be revived.
U.S. cable group Liberty Global <LBTYA.O> is holding out hope of reviving a sale of its Swiss unit to Sunrise Communications <SRCG.S>, which said on Wednesday it faces a 125 million Swiss francs ($125 million) hit after abandoning the deal.
The failed takeover of Liberty Global's <LBTYA.O> Swiss unit UPC by Sunrise <SRCG.S> made industrial sense and would still be worth trying, Liberty Chief Financial Officer Charlie Bracken said on Wednesday.
The failed takeover of Liberty Global's Swiss unit UPC by Sunrise made industrial sense and it would still be worth trying to make it happen, Liberty's Chief Financial Officer Charlie Bracken said on Wednesday.
Sunrise Communications <SCMN.S> has won support from one of its largest shareholders for its $2.8 billion capital hike - the latest twist in the telecom company's battle to buy Liberty Global's <LBTYA.O> Swiss business.
Liberty Global <LBTYA.O> has offered a 500 million Swiss franc ($501.45 million) sweetener to rescue the sale of its Swiss cable and TV business to Sunrise Communications <SRCG.S> but a key Sunrise shareholder said it remained opposed to the deal.
Freenet <FNTGn.DE> still opposes Sunrise's <SRCG.S> 6.3 billion Swiss franc ($6.32 billion) deal to buy Liberty Global's <LBTYA.O> Swiss business, despite a new offer from the American seller to take part in the acquisition.
Liberty Global has offered to buy up to 500 million Swiss francs ($502.11 million) of newly created Sunrise Communications shares - a move designed to ease through its 6.3 billion franc sale of its Swiss business.
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