16 March 2018
| Alan Burkitt-Gray
Vivendi, the biggest shareholder in TIM, has condemned a move by an activist investor to replace six directors with its own nominees.
US group Elliott Management, which represents owners of more
than 5% of shares in the former Telecom Italia, wants Vivendi
CEO Arnaud de Puyfontaine, who chairs the TIM board, and five
colleagues to be deposed on 24 April.