KCOM to go private in £504m deal

Tom Wright
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Board recommends that shareholders accept offer from pension fund

Yorkshire telecoms firm KCOM is set to go private in a deal valuing it at £504m. The publicly listed business is the subject of a bid from Bidco - a subsidiary of USSL, which is the one of the l...

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