UPDATE: GeoOp shareholders approve merger with InterfaceIT, vote in Sharp as directer

Jonathan Underhill
Thu, 05 May 2016

(Replaces, adds detail in sixth par) By Jonathan Underhill May 5 (BusinessDesk) - GeoOp shareholders have overwhelmingly approved a merger with Australian mobile sales app developer InterfaceIT and welcomed Roger Sharp to the board, where he is to replace Mark Weldon as chairman. Reporters were barred without explanation from the special meeting in Auckland today, which came a day after Weldon's surprise resignation under intense media gaze as chief executive of MediaWorks.  Some 91.74 percent of votes cast were in favour of the tra...

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