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According to Bloomberg, the market value of Microsoft Corp. loses US $18-billion after the information about buying Nokia was revealed. The session on 23/8 (after Ballmer - CEO of Microsoft since 2000 - announced that he will retire
Australian shareholders may soon be looking at a firm’s business plan for climate change adaptation when considering their investments. A new report from the National Climate Change
Did you know that you can vote on different Facebook policies and updates? That you’re voice is actually important to Mark Zuckerberg? That Facebook is essentially a massive online democracy, a digital country with over a billion citizens?
Drug developer Alchemia intends to demerge its oncology (cancer) business to form a new company and list it on the United States market...Audeo Oncology intends to undertake an initial public offering of shares in the US, to raise an amount yet to be
The company was mulling a dividend payout last year in July, but the idea never materialized. Now that the company has joined the ranks of Apple and many other tech stocks in terms of paying dividends, does the move make sense for Dell?...Dell, in
Red-C Optical Networks Ltd. for $43 million in cash and shares: $23.7 million in cash and up to $20 million in cash or Finisar shares to Red-C shareholders and employees, based on milestones over the next 18 months...Red-C has 140 employees in Israel,
Monday that two of its shareholders sold their stake in the company in a deal worth Rp 1.46 trillion (US$155 million). The shareholders are PT Selaras Citramanunggal and PT Bukit Asri Padang Gold, which both sell a combined 3.18 billion shares
Founded in 1998, it's by far the youngest company of its size with a market cap near $200 billion. Its 2004 IPO was, along with Facebook 's ( Nasdaq: FB ) , the most eagerly anticipated in recent memory, and the company has amassed such a
45, Roy Goldenberg Sources inform ''Globes'' that Russian search engine Yandex, which owns 18% of facial identification start-up Face.com , urged the sale of the company to Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) as part of its strategy to link up with Facebook.
Investors in terminal provider Smartpay have voted to refinance the company and issue $13.5 million worth of shares in a move that should pave the way for an Australian sharemarket float later this year. The company also plans to appoint a new