Idium

Idium

 

a river in Khabarovsk Krai, RSFSR, and along the krai’s border with the Yakut ASSR. The Idium is a right tributary of the Algama (Lena basin). Length, 317 km; basin area, 9,170 sq km. It originates in the eastern part of the Stanovoi Range, flowing to the north; it is winding and full of rapids. The Idium is fed chiefly by rain and snow. The tributaries are the Mulam (left) and the Dess (right). There are approximately 1,000 lakes in the river’s basin.

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Nordic search engine company Eniro AB (STO:ENRO) announced on Friday that it has decided not to complete the transaction for the acquisition of Idium AS in Norway.
Eniro Norway AS had signed a share purchase agreement to acquire Idium AS.
15 August 2014 - Eniro Norway AS, the Norwegian unit of Swedish search and local information aggregator Eniro AB (STO:ENRO), said today that it had scrapped its planned acquisition of local media agency Idium AS.
Eniro signed an agreement to buy Idium in July as part of a strategy designed to strengthen its offerings in the products revenue segment and boost its Norwegian operations.
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Eniro Norway AS, the Norwegian unit of Swedish search and local information aggregator Eniro AB (STO:ENRO), said that it had scrapped its planned acquisition of local media agency Idium AS.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 15, 2014-Eniro drops purchase of Idium
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-July 2, 2014-Eniro to acquire media agency Idium
2 July 2014 - Swedish search company Eniro AB (STO:ENRO) said today its unit Eniro Norge AS had agreed to buy Norwegian media agency Idium for SEK35m (USD5m/EUR4m).
Swedish search company Eniro AB (STO:ENRO) said its unit Eniro Norge AS had agreed to buy Norwegian media agency Idium for SEK35m (USD5m/EUR4m).
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 2, 2014-Eniro to acquire media agency Idium
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 2, 2014-Eniro to buy Norwegian media agency Idium