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first_img Tabcorp expects $1bn hit as ‘COVID and retail contractions’ take effect August 3, 2020 Flutter Entertainment has confirmed the completion of its $11 billion merger with The Stars Group (TSG), and will begin trading on the London Stock Exchange and Euronext Dublin Exchange.Upon completion of the deal, Flutters’ entire enlarged issued share capital was admitted to the premium listing of the Official List of the Financial Conduct Authority and the Official List of Euronext Dublin.Absorbing TSG assets, Flutter will now trade on LSE’s main market for listed securities under the ticker ‘FLTR’, as the merger deal is completed on schedule for investors.The enlarged group also confirmed that Jan Bolz and Emer Timmons have stepped down as non-executive directors of Flutter.Meanwhile, Divyesh Gadhia, Rafael Ashkenazi, Richard Flint, Alfred F. Hurley Jr, David Lazzarato and Mary Turner have all been appointed as non-executive directors.Flutter will initially have five reporting segments, including TSG International (excluding current US operations), Paddy Power Betfair, Sky Betting and Gaming, Australia (including SportsBet and BetEasy), and US (including FanDuel and all TSG US operations).At the end of 2020, Flutter will form four core operating divisions, in which the company will merge TSG International with PPB ‘international’ assets. Flutter will also establish a new UK & IRE division by combining Paddy Power assets with Sky Bet. Restructured GVC sidelines Oddschecker affiliate services  July 8, 2020 Related Articles Share BlueRibbon signs strategic partnership with The Stars Group August 18, 2020 Share Submit StumbleUponlast_img read more


first_imgThe aggrieved ANC poll watchers showing their ANC accreditation cardsAbout 170 poll watchers of the opposition Alternative National Congress (ANC ) have taken the party to the Ganta Magisterial Court for failing to pay stipends the party’s county leadership promised them for last Tuesday’s polls.The poll watchers, many of them students,  told the Daily Observer that their stipend of US$75 each was yet to be released since voting ended on election day, October 10.“We need our money the ANC Nimba chapter promised to us so we can return to our respective campuses,” said Otis Yoryor, one of the aggrieved students.“They told us that at the close of the polls, we were to get our pay without the least delay, but as of today (last Thursday) we haven’t seen any sign of getting our money.”Nearly all of those requesting their stipend from the ANC were assigned at the various polling places in Ganta and its environs.“We worked for the entire day without food and transportation, but our money is yet to come,” said Dorcah T. Siaway, a mother of five.“We have made frantic efforts through phone calls, but neither of the county officials cared to answer to the calls,” said Abraham Cooper.When contacted via mobile phone, ANC Nimba County chairman Watson Yeanor admitted to the poll watchers’ claims, but said the amount was US$7 each, not US$75 as they were claiming.According to Yeanor, “under the Labor Law, no unskilled person can make US$75 per day, so the poll watchers were making a false and unjust accusation that the party owed them such an amount of money.”He said that the party did not specify a definite date and time to pay the poll watchers, as they were claiming, adding, “my office is making some efforts to pay them once and for all.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more