PARIS (Reuters) – Billionaire Vincent Bollore, Vivendi’s number one controlling shareholder, will leave the media giant’s board in April in a sign that he is further withdrawing from his businesses, the Paris-based company said on Thursday.
Vivendi’s shareholders will be asked to appoint Bollore’s son Cyrille, who runs the family-owned listed group, at the next shareholder meeting scheduled on April 15, the group said in a statement.
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