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L1 Energy to buy RWE Dea AG for $7.1 billion
RWE Dea AGTuesday March 18, 2014 5:10AM ET
German utility company RWE AG agreed to sell its oil and gas production unit, RWE Dea AG, to L1 Energy in a deal valued at about 5.1 billion euros ($7.1 billion). The deal consideration includes about 600 million euros in assumed liabilities.
Fitch Group acquires Business Monitor International
Fitch GroupTuesday March 18, 2014 3:35AM ET
Fitch Group has acquired Business Monitor International (BMI), an independent provider of country risk and industry analysis specializing in emerging and frontier markets.
Vodafone to buy Ono for 7.2 billion euros
VodafoneTuesday March 18, 2014 2:30AM ET
Vodafone Group Plc has agreed to buy Spain's cable operator Ono for 7.2 billion euros ($10 billion). Vodafone said the deal would enable it to offer a combination of mobile and fixed-line telephony, pay-TV and broadband in one of its largest European markets.
Etihad Rail wins project finance deal of the year
Etihad RailTuesday March 18, 2014 2:02AM ET
Etihad Rail has been awarded the Project Finance Deal of the Year 2013, for the financing of $1.28 billion (AED 4.7 billion) for Stage One of its railway project, which comprises the route from Shah and Habshan to Ruwais.
Mizuho Bank accused over bitcoin losses
Mizuho BankMonday March 17, 2014 11:47AM ET
Mizuho Bank, the core unit of Mizuho Financial Group, was added as a defendant to an existing US lawsuit against Mt Gox for allegedly aiding in a fraud by providing banking services to the exchange.
Emaar Properties to sell 25% of mall, retail unit
Emaar PropertiesMonday March 17, 2014 10:00AM ET
Emaar Properties said it would sell up to 25 percent of its shopping mall and retailing unit in a public offer expected to raise 8 to 9 billion dirhams (1.31- 1.47 billion pounds), making it one of the region's largest equity offers since 2008.
Barnes & Noble to discontinue Windows Nook app
Windows NookMonday March 17, 2014 8:45AM ET
Barnes & Noble will stop offering a stand-alone Nook app for Windows and instead deliver Nook media to Microsoft's Consumer Reader app. Microsoft has a 6.8 percent stake in the Nook; it greed to an updated revenue sharing plan with Barnes & Noble.

 

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