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Amtrak upgrades Wi-Fi to 4G
AmtrakMay 22, 2013 ET
Amtrak has upgraded its AmtrakConnect cellular-based Wi-Fi service to take advantage of 4G technologies. AmtrakConnect remains to be provided at no additional cost.
Sprint to Clearwire: $3.40 is our final offer
ClearwireMay 22, 2013 ET
Sprint has submitted an increased offer for Clearwire: it wants to acquire the approximately 50% stake it does not currently own for $3.40 per share, valuing Clearwire at $10.7 billion.
Yardarm technology for safe guns
Yardarm TechnologiesMay 22, 2013 ET
Yardarm Technologies made a wireless device that would allow gun owners to know when their weapon is being moved and disable it via mobile phone.
Embraer books SkyWest deal worth up to $8.3 billion
Embraer and SkyWestMay 22, 2013 ET
Embraer and SkyWest announced a firm order for 40 Embraer 175 aircraft. The agreement includes options for up to 200 airplanes which would value the total order at $8.3 billion.
Philip Morris to own 100% of its Mexican business
Philip Morris InternationalMay 22, 2013 ET
Philip Morris International (PMI) announces that Grupo Carso will sell to PMI its 20% interest in Philip Morris Mexico, PMI's Mexican tobacco business.
KKR selling Seven West Media
Seven West MediaMay 22, 2013 ET
Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co (KKR) is selling a remaining stake in Australia's Seven West Media valued at $260 million (A$265 million).
Flickr will kill Tumblr
FlickrMay 21, 2013 ET
Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer announced new and improved Flickr. Along with changes in design every user will get 1 terabyte of free data. And totally missed marketing campaign.
Microsoft presented its new Xbox
Microsoft Xbox OneMay 21, 2013 ET
Microsoft unveiled Xbox One, the all-in-one gaming and entertainment system. The company wants to put One at the center of all games, TV, movies, music, sports and Skype activities.
Samsung and U.S. against Apple
AppleMay 21, 2013 ET
Samsung Electronics's smartphones and Google's Motorola devices gained ground among U.S. consumers in an annual satisfaction rating. Apple's iPhone is falling down and the company has been accused of tax avoidance.
Actavis and Warner Chilcott to create $11 billion company
Warner ChilcottMay 21, 2013 ET
Actavis will acquire Warner Chilcott in a stock-for-stock transaction worth $8.5 billion. The transaction will create a global specialty pharmaceutical company with $11 billion in combined annual revenue.
Danone enters China via joint-venture
DanoneMay 21, 2013 ET
The state-owned Chinese food company COFCO has signed an agreement with Danone to form a joint-venture. Danone wants market share greater than 20 percent.
Eircom gives Ireland 10x faster network
EircomMay 21, 2013 ET
Irish telecommunications company Eircom has deployed a new $608 million (€400 million) fiber-optic network that's up to 10 times faster than currently available broadband.

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