D-Day arrives for Datapulse's feuding parties

Leading the dissenters is Ms Ng Bie Tjin, 51, daughter of a Datapulse co-founder and former finance director whose family vehicle owns 16 per cent of the firm.
Leading the dissenters is Ms Ng Bie Tjin, 51, daughter of a Datapulse co-founder and former finance director whose family vehicle owns 16 per cent of the firm.PHOTO: ST FILE

The bitter shareholder feud that has bedevilled cash-rich Datapulse Technology for the past six months comes to a head today at an extraordinary general meeting (EGM).

The showdown will pit the four board members against four proposed directors, while the fate of a contentious diversification plan to save the company will be sealed.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on April 20, 2018, with the headline 'D-Day arrives for Datapulse's feuding parties'. Print Edition | Subscribe