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Family affair

25 April 2018 By Liam Proud

Shares in Vincent Bolloré’s group fell 9 percent after French police questioned the tycoon about dealings in Guinea and Togo. Yet Vivendi, chaired by his son Yannick, barely moved. Investors are trusting that the family’s dealmaking dynamism will survive the test.

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