Court orders removal of Bloomberg article alleging $241 million discrepancy in company accounts of Zee

ZEE had filed a lawsuit against Bloomberg, arguing that the article contained false and misleading information about the company's corporate governance and business operations.

By  Storyboard18Mar 1, 2024 8:43 PM
Court orders removal of Bloomberg article alleging $241 million discrepancy in company accounts of Zee
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The counsel for ZEE argued before the judge during a hearing conducted on 28th February 2024 that irreparable loss and injury may be caused to the company if the injunction as prayed for was not granted. (Image source: Moneycontrol)
First Published on Mar 1, 2024 8:43 PM

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