Amcom Telecommunications (ASX: AMM) is planning to divest itself of its 23.4 stake in iiNet by distributing the bulk of its 35.5m shares among its shareholders in proportion to their shareholdings in Amcom.
This week we're running a series of articles looking at why it's unlikely that iiNet will be acquired anytime soon, despite Amcom's decision to divest its 23 percent stake in the ISP. Yesterday we looked at potential buyers; today we're looking at iiNet's executive team.
Speculation that iiNet will be acquired following a decision last week by Amcom to divest its 23 percent stake in the ISP is simply ill-informed. Our favourite Perth-based broadband provider isn’t going anywhere — and over the next week, every day we’ll publish one major reason why.
Could Internode buy iiNet, now that Amcom is divesting its 23 percent stake in the Perth-based Internet service provider? On Monday I said no, but some readers questioned that view. So let's take a closer look at the possibility. Hell, it's likely still a pipe dream, but it's fun to speculate!
Amcom Telecommunications (ASX: AMM) has reported a 50 percent increase in net profit after tax to $25.9m for the financial year ended 30 June on revenue that was up 38 percent $87.2m. EBITDA was up 30 percent to $20.2m
The Royal Darwin Hospital and the National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre in the Northern Territory has selected an emergency notification solution from Amcom Software for use when contacting staff in an emergency.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: DealsMelbourne’s St.Vincent’s Hospital has selected a Clinical Alerting Middleware solution from Amcom Software which will be used to send messages from multiple nurse call and other alerting systems to appropriate staff mobile devices.