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Front-footing share seizure the right move – Mega CEO

Nick Grant
Thu, 28 Aug 2014

Mega chief executive Graham Gaylard’s decision to go public on Monday with the fact that 18.81% of his company’s shares had been placed under a restraining order was a mix of principle and practicality.

The shares, some of which were bought earlier this year from Kim Dotcom by William Yan (also

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Nick Grant
Thu, 28 Aug 2014
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