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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ebiquity Plc LSE:EBQ London Ordinary Share GB0004126057 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 29.50 29.00 30.00 29.50 29.50 29.50 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 68.7 -6.5 -10.1 - 23

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/9/2018
17:43
Don't hold your breath. A sorry state of affairs indeed. No sign of major shareholder activism.
p1nkfish
14/9/2018
12:39
allonblack, I do not doubt that you are right, and I wish someone would do something sensible, but there is no sign that anybody is taking any notice. Directors continue to milk this dry, then retire with enough to see them through. We need some big investors to do something.
jadeticl3
24/8/2018
13:38
I have a sneaking suspicion that the CEO didnt watch his cash at bank when he spent 7m over two years on nothing at all and reduced his cash balance to 4m!! These are the actions of a corporate clown and he needs to go. Thats a self evident step one.For step 2 I would suggest the board put forward a plan to reduce costs by 3m over three years. Board salaries/payments could fall by 500k, interest could fall by 500-750k and a smaller lease agreement could add 500k. There is half of it right there. Admin cost saves could add more.Maybe when the board lose a third of their cash in proportion to the disposal they will understand the economics of the shareholder point of view. Dont argue its about growth when you are throwing away money with no ROIC. You might be clowns and Artemis might not do their homework but your smaller shareholders are all over it.
allonblack
24/8/2018
10:25
A key question for management is why sell a business, give up 3m pa in cash out of 10m (at best) firstly at sub 10x (especially given dominant position in market) and secondly when you cant get any central costs out so its actually a cost for shareholder eva to sell it?? Madness like I never seen. Our only hope is that an astute company out there spots the 6m of central costs here that arent needed and realises ex these the biz could be worth 10m cash pa.
allonblack
06/8/2018
09:15
This is either a great deal at these prices OR a no hoper! I am not buying more.
jadeticl3
05/8/2018
10:23
director buying rns then another report that he is selling
trjones2
27/7/2018
15:43
I bought a chunk on weakness. Glad to see Artemis added too and I think they will rock the boat positively.
p1nkfish
27/7/2018
15:17
Stock very difficult to pick up now. Wouldn't be surprised if it recovers a fair chunk of recent falls in short order.
horndean eagle
27/7/2018
10:22
When the ceo goes there will be a bun fight for stock.
allonblack
27/7/2018
10:19
The CFO picked up options and stated he will hold them but his total holdings are paltry. At this price he should be mortgaging the house if he believes there is a future here. A non-committal CFO is a bad sign. I hope Artemis go through this like a dose of salts. Replace with management Artemis can work with for a common goal of maximising shareholder value with shareholders and management aligned, on the same bus with a capable driver.
p1nkfish
27/7/2018
10:03
Some easy quick money from these levels if they can argue the deal has been frustrated. Its not the poor growth its the cash it generates and its market position. Hire in a divisional head, boot out the ceo for poor execution and get in a rain maker rather than an analyst to run the company.
allonblack
27/7/2018
09:21
Artemis have been picking up sells. They can be an active shareholder. This company desperately needs agitation for change. Now holding > 20% there is every reason for Artemis to grab mamangement by the balls and squeeze. The buck stops with the leaders. "Artemis is an active investment manager. Developing relationships with the managements, boards and other representatives of companies in which we own shares is integral to our active approach. As stockpickers, we ..."
p1nkfish
25/7/2018
18:24
I'm becoming of the opinion these type of companies attract the wrong type of CEO/Management. Good communicators of ideas, increasing shareholder value and profit not such a priority.
p1nkfish
24/7/2018
18:56
The sad irony is this guy has done nothing but go around doing presentations outlining how he is in a sweet spot and businesses like Rhythmone are dead and yet in that time his share price has not outperformed Rhythmone at all. Pricing your product correctly in a dominate market position with strong cashflows vs a panic sale would be a simple yet all to obvious an example of his lack of ability to do the job.
allonblack
24/7/2018
18:12
Part of results presentation last time stated below, addressing expected divestiture proceeds. £5M in fees and incentives and tax. I can't imagine fees and incentives going down. Perhaps increased costs might be offset if the divestiture show growth before any completion. No way to know. Bets off if the divestiture revenue shrinks in the meantime. Mention of incentives suggested Nielsen weren't charging at the bit to buy. "Gross Proceeds of £26m translate to net proceeds of £20m after tax, advisor fees and deal incentives."
p1nkfish
24/7/2018
17:31
Ebiquity is seen as the auditor. People can be defensive about using it. It therefore needs a charismatic CEO who can turn that into a positive. Not a digital analyst who cant multitask or understand a cashflow.
allonblack
24/7/2018
16:48
I can understand the thought process of paying down debt and focussing on new growth but think the execution is poor. Had no one considered competition concerns? What we have just had is a bit of blather with a profit warning tagged on the end. I can't see the value of the disposal going anywhere but down. Perhaps I'm jaded.
p1nkfish
24/7/2018
14:57
I really hope Neilson do walk away. Group cashflow will be 6m and this thing should fly. CEO needs to look at his cashflow a bit more. Idiot.
allonblack
24/7/2018
09:08
CMA in no rush to make decision. Does Nielsen have a right to walk away if sales keep deteriorating in Intel? Also likely CMA will want some concessions for merger, so that could also cause Nielsen to walk away.Good to see remaining business growing well. Debt should also be less than £28m now, but odd there was no mention of this in RNS?
boonkoh
24/7/2018
08:06
The stock is trading at these levels because the CEO is clueless as evidenced by the share price decline from the moment he joined. When the new Chairman finally does his job and steps in for shareholders it will be a cheap stock.
allonblack
19/7/2018
22:35
Well someone has had enough.
p1nkfish
16/7/2018
13:14
In a limbo state with the CMS investigation into the sale.
boonkoh
16/7/2018
10:44
It could come good with the right changes/leadership. The p/e is low for a reason. Market has voted.
p1nkfish
16/7/2018
10:20
This company appears to be wandering around aimlessly. Each report comes and goes without any real indication of a turnaround. The share price has dropped steadily. Even when it has risen it then appears to go into slow decline again. When I first bought into this company the fanfares were blowing loudly heralding a great little business, but it has never really delivered on its promise. I keep holding but now I have little hope.
jadeticl3
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