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08/03/20153:41AMDJNBMW, Audi, Daimler Clinch Purchase of Nokia's Maps Business--Update
By Friedrich Geiger Germany's biggest auto makers have clinched a deal to buy Nokia Corp's digital mapping business, beating out rival bidders for some of the vital technology for self-driving cars in a EUR2.8 billion ($3.1 billion) acquisition. The deal is a coup for BMW AG, Audi AG and Daimler AG, the front-runners to... More...>>
08/03/20152:30AMDJNBMW, Daimler, Audi to Buy Nokia's Maps Business
BMW AG, Audi AG and Daimler AG said they have agreed with Nokia Corp. to buy the Finnish company's digital maps business Here. The deal for Here has an enterprise value of 2.8 billion euros ($3.1 billion), Nokia said Monday in a statement. The three German car makers will each hold an equal stake in the business. "The... More...>>
08/03/20152:03AMDJNBMW, Audi, Daimler Agree to Buy Nokia's Here Maps Business in EUR2.8 Billion Deal
By Friedrich Geiger BERLIN--BMW AG, Audi AG and Daimler AG said they have agreed with Nokia Corp. to buy the Finnish company's digital maps business Here. The transaction values Here at an enterprise value of 2.8 billion euros ($3.1 billion), Nokia said Monday in a statement. The three German car makers will each hold... More...>>
07/30/20157:00AMDJNNokia, Alcatel-Lucent Shares Soar on Profit News
Nokia Corp. swung to a net profit in its most recent quarter, saying it was forging ahead with the proposed €15.6 billion ($17.1 billion) acquisition of rival Alcatel-Lucent SA in a bid to strengthen its hand in the fiercely competitive market for telecoms equipment. The Finnish maker of high-speed wireless networks... More...>>
07/30/20154:40AMDJNGlobal Stocks Rise on Upbeat Earnings
Global stock markets were largely upbeat Thursday, after the U.S. Federal Reserve refrained from sending clear signals that it would raise interest rates in September, and with robust corporate earnings providing cause for greater optimism in Europe. In early trade the Stoxx Europe 600 added 0.5%, building on gains made... More...>>
07/30/20152:30AMDJNNokia Beats Expectations on Higher Software Sales
Nokia Corp. on Thursday reported a better-than-expected second-quarter profit boosted by significantly higher software sales, which offset challenging market conditions. The Finnish company, which is currently working on a €15.6 billion ($17.14 billion) acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent, said net profit for the three... More...>>
07/22/20158:43AMDJNNokia Networks Gets Network Deal from Kyivstar in Ukraine
By Dominic Chopping Finland's Nokia Networks will modernize and expand part of Kyivstar's mobile radio network in Ukraine as it rolls out its third generation network, it said Wednesday. Kyivstar has recently acquired a 3G license and has now begun to offer 3G-based voice and data services. -Write to Dominic Chopping at... More...>>
07/21/20156:40PMDJNADRs End Mixed; Infosys Rises
International stocks trading in New York were mixed on Tuesday. The BNY Mellon index of American depositary receipts edged down 0.25% to 145.24. The European index fell 0.53% to 145.05, the Asian index edged up 0.32% to 151.15, the Latin American index eased 0.03% to 204.15 and the emerging markets index increased 0.72... More...>>
07/21/20154:50PMDJNMicrosoft Reports Biggest Quarterly Loss Ever
Microsoft Corp. said its revenue fell 5.1% in its latest quarter, hurt by continued weak PC demand, and posted its biggest quarterly loss ever on a hefty write-down and other items related to the Nokia mobile-phone business acquired last year. For the period ended June 30, revenue decreased to $22.18 billion from $23.38... More...>>
07/21/20153:44PMDJNCar Makers Near Deal for Nokia's Map Business
BERLIN—A group of German auto makers agreed to pay slightly more than €2.5 billion ($2.71 billion) for Nokia's digital mapping service, prevailing over Silicon Valley bidders in a battle for a key enabling technology for self-driving cars. German luxury car makers Audi, a unit of Volkswagen AG, Mercedes-Benz... More...>>
07/21/20153:32PMDJNAudi, BMW and Daimler to Buy Nokia Here -- Source
By William Boston BERLIN--A group of German auto makers agreed to pay slightly more than EUR2.5 billion ($2.71 billion) for Nokia's digital mapping service, prevailing over Silicon Valley bidders in a battle for a key enabling technology for self-driving cars. German luxury car makers Audi, a unit of Volkswagen AG, Mercedes-Benz... More...>>
07/21/20155:30AMDJNBosch, TomTom to Jointly Develop Maps for Self-Driving Cars
BERLIN—German auto supplier Bosch GmbH and the Dutch digital mapping company TomTom have agreed to work together to develop high-definition digital maps needed for self-driving cars, the companies said Tuesday. "We will only be able to have self-driving vehicles on the highway in 2020 with highly accurate maps... More...>>
07/17/20154:20AMDJNEricsson Profit Hit by Higher Costs
STOCKHOLM—Swedish mobile network giant Ericsson on Friday said mobile broadband sales in North America stabilized in the quarter but remained lower on the year as it reported a 19% slide in second-quarter net profit. Net profit fell to 2.09 billion Swedish kronor ($244.9 million) in the second quarter from 2.58 billion... More...>>
07/13/20156:00PMTMFDid Satya Nadella Just Kill Windows Phone?
http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2015/07/13/did-satya-nadella-just-kills-the-windows-phone.aspx?source=eptadnlnk0000002 More...>>
07/12/20153:25PMDJNApple's Share of Smartphone Industry's Profits Soars to 92%
By Shira Ovide And Daisuke Wakabayashi Roughly 1,000 companies make smartphones. Just one reaps nearly all the profits. Apple Inc. recorded 92% of the total operating income from the eight top smartphone makers in the first quarter, up from a 65% a year earlier, estimates Canaccord Genuity managing director Mike Walkley... More...>>
07/09/20158:00PMTMFMicrosoft Corp. Admits That Its Smartphone Foray Has Been a Disaster
http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2015/07/09/microsoft-corp-admits-that-its-smartphone-foray-ha.aspx?source=eptadnlnk0000002 More...>>
07/09/20156:56AMDJNFinland Government Steps In to Help Laid-Off Microsoft Workers
By Christina Zander STOCKHOLM--Finland's government said it will step in and support the country's approximate 2,300 Microsoft employees that are affected by the software giant's latest round of global layoffs. Microsoft Wednesday announced it will reduce its global payroll by 7,800 workers--mostly in its mobile phone... More...>>
07/08/20157:23PMDJNMicrosoft to Cut 6.6% of Staff, Write Down Nokia Buy--6th Update
By Shira Ovide Microsoft Corp. tried for years to crack the mobile market by retooling its software, replacing several executives and spending billions of dollars to acquire a hardware business. On Wednesday, the Redmond, Wash., giant acknowledged it will try yet another approach. The admission was a harsh one for its... More...>>
07/08/20153:48PMDJNMicrosoft to Cut 6.6% of Staff, Write Down Nokia Buy--5th Update
By Shira Ovide Microsoft Corp. tried for years to crack the mobile market, developing its own software, its own handsets and spending billions of dollars to acquire a company to unite the two. On Wednesday, the Redmond, Wash., giant acknowledged it needs a new formula. The admission was a harsh one for its investors and... More...>>
07/08/20153:37PMDJNMicrosoft to Cut 6.6% of Staff, Write Down Nokia Buy--5th Update
By Shira Ovide Microsoft Corp. tried for years to crack the mobile market, developing its own software, its own handsets and spending billions of dollars to acquire a company to unite the two. On Wednesday, the Redmond, Wash., giant acknowledged it needs a new formula. The admission was a harsh one for its investors and... More...>>


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