Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Independent News & Media Plc LSE:INM London Ordinary Share IE00B59HWB19 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00 € +0.00% 0.1035 € 0.102 € 0.105 € 0.1035 € 0.1035 € 0.1035 € 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 191.0 10.3 0.7 14.8 144

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/3/2013
04:20
Shareholders realise that a turnaround involves pain..... They've seen their shares collapse from POUNDS to PENCE? That's pain!!!
caveat_emptor
24/2/2013
17:01
Now that we've bailed out and nationalised the banking sector, next on the list is the media sector http://namawinelake.wordpress.com/2013/02/24/now-that-weve-bailed-out-and-nationalised-the-banking-sector-next-on-the-list-is-the-media-sector/ We own, or part-own some of the eight banks that together have lent €400m-plus to IN&M. And given IN&M is balance sheet insolvent to the tune of €200m at 30 June 2012 and probably closer to €300m insolvent now, we are probably looking at taking a hit, though of course we could demand a share of the equity in IN&M which is worth, ahem, €16m.
lbo
24/2/2013
16:49
Some people get their kicks by kicking everything.....
caveat_emptor
22/2/2013
11:09
http://namawinelake.wordpress.com/2013/02/22/no-wonder-sales-of-irish-newspapers-are-tumbling-if-this-is-the-standard-of-reporting/
lbo
21/2/2013
14:56
Talk is the Banks are going to have to write off some of the €400m INM loans in a restructuring. Looks like the current equity is worthless and the lenders are even going to take a circa €100m loss on its debt. DYOR
lbo
21/2/2013
08:48
Despite the APN results this morning, there's still a lot to like about that company..
caveat_emptor
21/2/2013
08:41
Can the pain experienced in restructuring INM become contagious and spread to other players in the Irish media?
caveat_emptor
21/2/2013
08:35
Peter Flanagan – 21 February 2013 INDEPENDENT News & Media (INM) chairman Leslie Buckley last night said the company is currently in "constructive and ongoing discussions" with its banks and is committed to securing a "consensual solution" on this basis. Mr Buckley was responding to a newspaper report suggesting there may be political opposition to any restructuring of the company's debts. In an article which appeared under the headline 'Unease in Government over INM debt-relief moves', the 'Irish Times' quoted "government sources" as being "apprehensive" about the potential restructuring. However, in a statement, Mr Buckley said the article was "sorely lacking in context". "INM is an operationally strong and well-managed company yet its survival is threatened by a legacy of excessive borrowings and poor decisions . . . all of which pre-date the current board," he said. "In my view, if debt sustainability is a valid objective for the State, for households and for bailed-out banks, it is also a legitimate aspiration for a corporate entity that employs over 1,100 staff on this island. "On the assumption that a financial institution would only provide debt relief to enhance the recovery prospects of outstanding loans, it follows that any decisions in this regard would be based on pragmatic and operational grounds as to do otherwise would be inimical to the commercial interests of lenders," he added. Mr Buckley said that were burden sharing to occur, "on this basis, and in circumstances where equity holders have already incurred losses exceeding 90pc, that is a matter for negotiation between INM and its banks".
caveat_emptor
21/2/2013
05:21
Fairness Clause seven deals with "fairness" – "Journalists will strive to be fair in affording individuals or organisations the right of pre-publication response," it states. "A decision not to afford such a right of response will only be taken with the written approval of the editor or designated editorial executive." It then adds: "Sustained or repeated adversarial editorial material concerning individuals or organisations will only be maintained on the basis of justification in the public interest with the written approval of the managing editor." INM's managing editor is Michael Denieffe, a long serving executive with the group. In a statement about the new editorial code, INM said: "This charter puts structures in place to ensure editorial fairness; nothing more and nothing less." Denis O'Brien owns just under 30 per cent of INM. It is known that Mr O'Brien has been unhappy about coverage of his business affairs by the Sunday Independent. In an interview with The Irish Times in April 2012, Mr O'Brien's long-time associate Lesley Buckley, who at that time had been ousted from the INM board, described as "appalling" the negative coverage of Mr O'Brien in the Sunday Independent of April 1st, when multiple negative stories about the entrepreneur were published. "It's very clearly part of a campaign against Denis O'Brien," Mr Buckley said. The interview was conducted four months before Mr Buckley became INM's chairman. The Sunday Independent has continued to write negatively about Mr O'Brien since he ousted former chairman James Osborne at the company's AGM in June 2012. Mr Buckley was appointed as chairman. The charter applies to those involved in INM's newspapers, periodicals, and online and digital platforms in Ireland.
caveat_emptor
20/2/2013
08:54
Irish Times reports the brutal truth of what must be done to turn this around.
caveat_emptor
19/2/2013
18:22
Do you ever post "good" news?
caveat_emptor
19/2/2013
13:36
http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/30000-jobs-hit-by-anglo-selloff-29076063.html
lbo
18/2/2013
08:32
Directors resign at APN "....the Chairman, CEO and three independent directors had resigned, effective on February 19th.........." Davy this morning.
caveat_emptor
18/2/2013
08:30
South African cash to impact current net debt situation.
caveat_emptor
18/2/2013
07:39
In the midst of crisis....... South African assets sold for SA-2billion.
caveat_emptor
17/2/2013
09:21
Tom Lyons – 17 February 2013 Independent SIR Anthony O'Reilly was one of the beneficiaries of the $23bn sale of Heinz – the bean-maker he once led – to Warren Buffett and 3G Capital.
caveat_emptor
17/2/2013
09:19
If Crowley succeeds in restructuring for the benefit of workers, shareholders and pensioners it will certainly be a first.
caveat_emptor
16/2/2013
12:23
Charlie,they have better places than here to put beanz dough. This is donald ducked
hermana3
16/2/2013
12:08
Out with the lot of them....off with their heads!!!
caveat_emptor
15/2/2013
08:07
De Paper not very happy down under...
caveat_emptor
15/2/2013
08:02
Talk about Dobbie at your peril, and if you do, be sure your facts are right. Better still, best not to talk about him at all!!!
caveat_emptor
13/2/2013
08:12
Calling someone a hypocrite can be very expensive....
caveat_emptor
10/2/2013
11:47
I suppose as a shareholder that makes me an owner, but I don't control it either!!!
caveat_emptor
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