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Shipowner Marinakis buys historical media group, stake at Mega TV

Shipowner Vaggelis Marinakis bought the historical media group Lambrakis Press Group(DOL). Making the best tender offer, Marinakis is now owner of newspapers TA NEA and TO VIMA, of the websites of DOL group as well as of a 22.11% stake at private MEGA TV. The deal includes also VIMA FM, …

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Greek media: Paul Koster, Chairman of HFSF, submitted resignation

Paul Koster, the Dutch chairman of Greece’s bank bailout fund Greek Financial Fund (HFSF) submitted his resignation, Greek media reported on Friday evening. Koster’s resignation comes six weeks after he was appointed to this post and in the middle of the Greek banks recapitalization and reconstruction process. The HFSF is in charge …

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Reuters Report: Greece’s triangle of power consists of politics-business-media

International media started to report lately about that what Greeks have been aware of for decades: about the interplay between politics, big businessmen and powerful media owners. Now Reuters picks up the issue and blaming these unholy relations as responsible for the country’s economic crisis. And not only. Reuters considers …

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UPD: Greek media on strike over health/pension funds, Oct 31/2012

Greek media went on 24-hour strike on Wednesday at 6 a.m. after Finance Minister Yiannis Stournaras decided in a surprise move to integrate journalists’ insurance funds into the broke national health organization EOPPY. This decision caused strong reactions in the Greek parliament when the amendment was announced as part of the …

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