Minority shareholders seek to undo the gridlock

In an attempt to break the stalemate, Valoptec, an association of current and former Essilor employees who hold more than 4 percent in the merged company, and seven investment funds aim to enlarge the board by appointing their own representatives at a shareholders' meeting scheduled for May 16. Essilux's board ...

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