The Toronto-based legal software company said it’s considering selling non-core assets—including potentially some or all of its financial services business—in a bid to improve its ratio of debt to adjusted earnings (before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) “as soon as possible.” Its Toronto-listed shares closed up 12.5 per cent on Monday. (The Logic)
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