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Vivendi Société Anonyme, together with its subsidiaries, is engaged in the content, media, and telecommunication businesses primarily in France and rest of Europe, the United States, Morocco, Brazil, and internationally. The company publishes and distributes premium and thematic pay-TV channels and free-to-air channels in France, Poland, francophone Africa, French overseas territories, and Vietnam; and produces and distributes cinema films in Europe. It is also involved in the sale of recorded music, including physical and digital media; exploitation of music publishing rights; and provision of artist services and merchandising. In addition, the company offers fixed and mobile telecommunication, broadband Internet, and pay-TV. Further, Vivendi provides expert advisory services by phone in France; ticketing services in the United Kingdom; Web ticketing services in France; and subscription video-on-demand service in Germany. The company was formerly known as Vivendi Universal S.A. and changed its name to Vivendi Société Anonyme in April 2006. The company was founded in 1853 and is headquartered in Paris, France.

46,100 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/25/14
Founded in 1853

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vivendi (VIVEF) Key Developments

Vivendi Appoints Laurent Mairot as Executive Vice President in Charge of Investor Relations in Addition to His Functions as Head of Corporate Development

Vivendi announced the appointment of Laurent Mairot as Executive Vice President in charge of Investor Relations in addition to his functions as Head of Corporate Development. He reports to Hervé Philippe, Member of the Management Board and Chief Financial Officer. Laurent Mairot was Chief Financial Officer and Member of the Management Board of Maroc Telecom from July 2012 to July 2014 and, from 2008 to 2012, Senior Vice President, Budget Plan and Financial Control of Vivendi. Prior to that, he held different positions within the Group, notably Corporate Vice President, Strategy & Development, Media Interactive Entertainment. Previously, he was financial analyst at ING Financial Markets France. He succeeds Jean-Michel Bonamy, Deputy Chief Financial Officer and Head of Investor Relations since 2009, who has decided to leave the Group.

Express-Roularta Attracts Bidders

Roularta Media Group NV (ENXTBR:ROU) intends to sell Groupe Express-Roularta SA. Vivendi Société Anonyme (ENXTPA:VIV) and a team comprising Patrick Drahi, Marc Laufer and Le Figaro are interested in the acquisition, Le Monde wrote on December 17, 2014. “Media rumors have evoked the notion in other groups that we are and they contacted us. We shall study the proposals to find out if there are serious ones among them but we exclude nothing, including the option to go on alone”, Le Monde quoted Roularta Rik de Nolf saying. None from the group of individuals targets to buy the whole business, according to a source close to the matter. In fact, Drahi and Laufer are bidding for L'Express and L'Expansion, while Le Figaro would take the rest of the group’s businesses, including L'Etudiant, Point de vue, Studio Cine Live, Cote Maison, Mieux vivre votre argent. According to de Nolf, there are other groups that have also shown interest in acquiring the business but for the time being Vivendi and the Drahi-Laufer-Le Figaro team seem to be the most serious candidates, according to Le Monde. The daily cites de Nolf defining media leakage that the business is being sold for around €25 million as “ridiculous rumors”.

Vivendi Interested In Roularta Media's French Magazines

Vivendi Société Anonyme (ENXTPA:VIV) is keen to acquire French magazine titles belonging to Roularta Media Group NV (ENXTBR:ROU) including the news weekly L'Express, said Chairman Vincent Bollore in an interview on RTL radio. He said: "Vivendi's aim is to become a French version of German media group Bertelsmann, meaning to bring together all types of French content whether it be print, television, or web. Obviously if there are opportunities that come up for acquisitions, we will seize them." Vivendi’s shares were down 1.6% to €20.36.


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