For the purposes of Disclosure and Transparency Rules, following the Option Exercises throughout April, the Company’s total issued and admitted share capital is 136,443,812 Ordinary Shares. There are no Ordinary Shares held in treasury. The total number of voting rights in the Company will therefore be 136,443,812.
Consumers must have more rights and better information about food and other products before they decide what to buy, an MP claims.
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LEIDEN, THE NETHERLANDS–(Marketwired – Apr 29, 2013) – Batavia Bioservices BV and UvA
Holding BV announced today that they have
successfully concluded an agreement granting Batavia Bioservices the
rights to STEPT technology developed by scientists at CellaGenics BV,
Holding BV company.
Category : World News
CALGARY, ALBERTA–(Marketwired – April 26, 2013) - Renegade Petroleum Ltd. (“Renegade” or the “Company“) (TSX VENTURE:RPL), a light oil focused exploration and production company with assets located in Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba and North Dakota, is pleased to announce that, further to its press releases of April 15, 2013 and April 22: (a) the Renegade board of directors (the “Board“) has added three new independent directors; (b) the Board has formed a special committee of the new independent directors to proceed with the previously announced strategic review of the Company’s business plan; and (c) Renegade has adopted a shareholder rights plan (the “Rights Plan“) and an advance notice by-law (the “Advance Notice By-law“).
Mentor Capital, Inc. (OTC Markets: MNTR) alerts all its shareholders
that they have active rights to certain warrants under the terms of its earlier
Section1145 exemption and plan. Any Mentor shareholder that is uncertain or
even unaware of their warrant rights should contact the company before April
30, 2013 for an explanation.
Category : Stocks
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Great Rock Development Corp. Announces Acquisition of Mineral Rights for Strategic Expansion of Current Claims
OAKVILLE, Ontario, April 19, 2013
After completing all the forms and accepting the offer, the money fails to materialise
Last year I received an offer letter on my Barclaycard PPI claim of £7,264.7 dated 10 September.
I completed the acceptance form and returned it immediately. I then changed my name due to marriage, and had to send in proof which they received in November. I have since made numerous phone calls chasing up my claim and keep being given different excuses. I can not afford to keep ringing on their premium rate number, and they are still sending me Barclaycard bills each month even though they owe me substantially more than I owe them. How can they get away with this? AA, Dalton-in-Furness, Lancashire
I have been trying to reclaim missold PPI payments from Barclays on behalf of my mother since September. So far, they have lost five recorded delivery letters after scanning them into their system.
My mother was self-employed when the policy was taken out, which Barclaycard asked us to prove as this is one of the major reasons why they uphold complaints. We have sent this evidence twice (recorded delivery) to no avail. My proposal was simple: give me the telephone number for the person who is dealing with my case and I will fax it whilst he is on the line, so he can confirm he has it. Problem solved. Not for Barclaycard. It won’t give me the person’s number and refuses to ring him. NW, Manchester
Barclays, in both cases, declares that its service “on this occasion fell below the standard we would expect” and “sincerely apologises” for the inconvenience. Its mea culpa would be more touching if it hadn’t been prompted by our intervention. Both customers have been refunded their money and given £100 each in extra compensation. Why is it I feel these are not isolated cases?
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DDD Group plc (AIM: DDD, OTCQX: DDDGY, the “Company”), the 3D solutions company, announces that on 8 April 2013 Chris Yewdall, Chief Executive Officer of the Company, and Nick Brigstocke, Senior Independent Director, exercised share options in the Company as detailed below.
Chris Yewdall, Chief Executive Officer of the Company, exercised options over 250,000 ordinary shares of 1p each in the Company (the “Ordinary Shares”) at an exercise price of 10p per share (together the “Yewdall Option Exercise”). Following the Yewdall Option Exercise, Mr. Yewdall’s interest in the Company stands at 2,531,808 Ordinary Shares or approximately 1.9% of the issued ordinary share capital and total voting rights in the Company.
Nick Brigstocke, Senior Independent Director of the Company, exercised options over 200,000 Ordinary Shares at an exercise price of 10p per share (together the “Brigstocke Option Exercise”).