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Indian startup Byju’s calls shareholder move to oust CEO invalid – Yahoo Finance UK

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Indian startup Byju’s calls shareholder move to oust CEO invalid – Yahoo Finance UK

 

FTSE 1007,706.28+21.79(+0.28%) FTSE 25019,179.56-83.94(-0.44%) AIM747.77-2.19(-0.29%) GBP/EUR1.1707+0.0015(+0.13%) GBP/USD1.2673+0.0015(+0.12%) Bitcoin GBP39,959.67-598.12(-1.47%) CMC Crypto 200885.540.00(0.00%) S&P 5005,088.80+1.77(+0.03%) DOW39,131.53+62.42(+0.16%) CRUDE OIL76.57-2.04(-2.60%) GOLD FUTURES2,045.80+15.10(+0.74%) NIKKEI 22539,098.68+836.48(+2.19%) HANG SENG16,725.86-17.09(-0.10%) DAX17,419.33+48.88(+0.28%) CAC 407,966.68+55.08(+0.70%) MONEY:FILE PHOTO: People walk past an advertising hoarding of Byju’s, an Education Technology company and one of India’s biggest startup, outside one of its branch in New DelhiBy Dhwani Pandya and M. SriramMUMBAI (Reuters) -Shareholders in Indian edtech startup Byju’s, including tech investors Prosus and Peak XV Partners, voted on Friday to oust its founder and CEO Byju Raveendran, Prosus said in a statement.Byju’s, whose products range from online tutorials to offline coaching, said the decisions taken at an extraordinary general meeting called by investors, were invalid as they did… 

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