Uber has begun trading as a public company at 42 US dollars (£32) per share, nearly 7% below its initial public offering price, on an already volatile day for the markets.
Dundee’s main supporters group have knocked back the latest offer from the club’s American owner to buy shares from them and increase his stake at Dens Park to over 75%.
Dundee’s American owners have injected yet more cash into the coffers at Dens Park, bringing their total investment since buying the club to the £2 million mark.
Mike Martin has increased his shareholding in Dundee United to 42.5% but he will not become the club’s owner.
Former chairman Stephen Thompson has finally severed all ties with Dundee United by selling his majority stake in the club to a consortium led by his successor Mike Martin.
The fans groups who want Dundee United chairman Stephen Thompson to relinquish his shares have clarified that they do not want to take control of them.
Were Rangers shares sold in the Rowantree pub in Dundee?