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PPC (ΔΕΗ): Member of the Board of Directors

PPC S.A. announces that the Board of Directors during its meeting held on 6.12.2018 decided to amend the capacity of Mr. Lazaros Stathakis, from Executive Member to Non-Executive Member of the Board of Directors of PPC S.A. following his own wish.
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Intralot signs new contract

INTRALOT S.A. announces the signing of a new contract for NEDERLANDSE LOTERIJ, operator of the Dutch Lottery and numerous other gaming brands, following a competitive international tender. 

Within the scope of this contract INTRALOT provides a Central System and installs technology solutions in all retail locations of Nederlandse Loterij. INTRALOT services are planned to transition in 2019.

Nederlandse Loterij has been formed in April 2016 through the merger of the Nederlandse Staatsloterij and De Lotto. Nederlandse Loterij offers seven well-known games of chance in the Netherlands, including brands like Staatsloterij, Lotto, Toto, Eurojackpot, Miljoenenspel, Lucky Day and Krasloten. Its mission is to invest in a happier and healthier society by donating a large sum, 37%, of its revenues to national sport and charity organizations. The remaining 63% is donated to the Dutch national treasury.

Arjan Blok (Chief Financial Officer) Nederlandse Loterij stated: “After an intensive internationa…

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Mark Sebba, former CEO at Net-A-Porter, has died

Former chief executive of The Net-a-Porter Group, Mark Sebba, aged 69, died on Monday 23 July from a sudden heart attack.

Sebba was CEO of The Net-a-Porter Group from 2003 until 2014, when his retirement was marked by Natalie Massenet and the team with a video declaring him the most loved CEO in the world. The video currently has nearly 1.3 million views on YouTube.

In a statement the business said: “He will be remembered by all of his colleagues and anyone whose life he touched as the very best of men.”

In November 2014 Sebba picked up the Fashion Retailing Personality of the Year award at the Drapers awards alongside his colleague Natalie Massenet. He was also a champion of new talent and in 2015 spoke at Drapers Next Generation event, sharing his industry knowledge and expertise.


Sebba was a trustee of the Victoria & Albert Museum and chairman of its commercial arm, V & A Enterprises.

Sebba is survived by his wife, author Anne Sebba, their three children, Adam, Amy and Imogen, a…

Greece’s leading Business Hotel

Hilton Athens hotel, for the fourth consecutive year, has been awarded Greece’s Leading Business Hotel at the prestigious 25th World Travel Awards (WTA) 2018.

The WTA every year recognises and rewards best practices across all sectors of the tourism industry in every continent around the world. The WTA Europe Gala ceremony was recently held at the Zappeion Megaron Hall in Athens.

“It is an honor for Hilton Athens to be awarded at WTA for the fourth consecutive year. This award recognizes, not only the exceptional level of the hotel’s services, but also the staff’s devotion in offering high-end hospitality to our visitors,” Hilton Athens General Manager Bart van de Winkel said while receiving the award.

Located in the heart of the Greek capital, Hilton Athens currently offers 506 spacious rooms including 34 suites; 23 fully equipped halls for conferences and events, as well as multiple other venues, which make it the ideal choice for visitors who wish to combine business and leisure.

These…

Bitcoin tests $8,000 level

Bitcoin (BTC) could be in for a minor price pullback, having clocked a 39-day high above $7,500 earlier today, technical charts indicate.

The leading cryptocurrency rose to $7,562 on Bitfinex at 03:00 UTC and was last seen changing hands at $7,400 – up nearly 10 percent on a 24-hour basis. Further, the price rally has pushed the week-on-week gains higher to 15 percent.

On Tuesday, BTC crossed the inverse head-and-shoulders neckline resistance of $6,838 with strength, confirming a short-term bearish-to-bullish trend change.

So, a rally to $7,900 (inverse head-and-shoulders breakout target) could be on the cards. However, the move may not happen in the next 24 hours as the retreat from $7,562 to $7,370 indicates the bulls are keen on booking profits, having pushed BTC higher by more than $1,300 in the last 72 hours.


Further, the technical charts are also reporting intraday overbought conditions, meaning a price pullback could be in the offing before the rally continues. Moreover, investors …

National Bank of Greece: Deputy Chief Executive to become CEO

Greece’s bank rescue fund will nominate National Bank’s <NBGr.AT> deputy chief executive Paul Mylonas to become chief executive of the bank, a source close to the process said on Wednesday.

Mylonas, an economist, has been acting as CEO at National Bank, Greece’s second largest lender by assets, since May, when former chief executive Leonidas Fragiadakis resigned after completing his three-year term in the post.

Greece’s bank rescue fund, the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund, which holds a 40.4 percent stake in National Bank, will back Mylonas’ nomination at a bank board meeting which is expected to take place in the coming days.

Shareholders will then need to approve the nomination at their annual meeting scheduled for July 26. The fund was not immediately available for comment.


When Fragiadakis stepped down, the bank said that it was redesigning its business strategy. It has also said that it wants to press on with plans to sell its wholly-owned insurance subsidiary Ethniki Insura…