296 articles in France
Both Veolia Water and Degrémont reported double-digit falls in their design-build businesses for the first half of 2013, but overall, investors seem inclined to believe that the worst is over for both companies.
HD Supply completed its New York Stock Exchange IPO at the end of last month.
Veolia Environnement finally announced the details of its restructuring.
Christopher Gasson argues that the challenges that have forced Veolia to restructure its business are challenges everyone in the water business faces.
Veolia is merging its water and waste divisions. Not everything – or everyone – fits a regional group structure.
Saur’s recapitalisation is a function of the potential its new owners see in the group. Executive chairman Olivier Brousse talks to GWI about the thinking behind the deal.
The development of a smart network tool has allowed Saur to steal a march over its competitors. Now it wants to invest another €50 million.
The valuation achieved by Orège at this month’s IPO is good news for water start-ups. Thin trading and a hefty stock overhang are likely to keep a lid on the performance of the shares.
Agbar’s takeover bid for Aigües de Sabadell (CASSA) was officially approved on 12 June by the Spanish stock market regulator CNMV.
A small treatment technology specialist has surprised observers by filing for an IPO. What does it have to offer?