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Imerys SA (IMTP.PA)

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18 May 2018
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Thu, Apr 19 2018

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

April 18 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Wednesday:

Exclusive: Imerys selling one billion euro tiles business, buyout funds bidding - sources

LONDON/FRANKFURT France's Imerys is selling its roof tiles business as it streamlines its portfolio, people close to the matter said, expecting the asset to be valued at around 1 billion euros ($1.2 billion), with private equity most likely to clinch the deal.

J&J, Imerys unit must pay $117 million in New Jersey asbestos cancer case

NEW YORK Johnson & Johnson and Imerys Talc America, a unit of Imerys SA , must pay $117 million in damages in a case involving a man who said he developed cancer due to his exposure to asbestos in talc-based products, a New Jersey state court jury said on Wednesday.

J&J, Imerys unit must pay $117 million in N.J. asbestos cancer case

NEW YORK Johnson & Johnson and Imerys Talc America, a unit of Imerys SA, must pay $117 million in damages in a case involving a man who said he developed cancer due to his exposure to asbestos in talc-based products, a New Jersey state court jury said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 2-J&J, Imerys unit must pay $117 mln in N.J. asbestos cancer case

NEW YORK, April 11 Johnson & Johnson and Imerys Talc America, a unit of Imerys SA, must pay $117 million in damages in a case involving a man who said he developed cancer due to his exposure to asbestos in talc-based products, a New Jersey state court jury said on Wednesday.

J&J, Imerys must pay $80 mln punitive damages in case linking cancer to asbestos in talc

NEW YORK, April 11 Johnson & Johnson and an Imerys SA unit must pay an additional $80 million in punitive damages in a lawsuit claiming a man developed cancer due to his exposure to asbestos in talc-based products, a New Jersey state court jury said on Wednesday.

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