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The acquisitive cable company Liberty Global has bought its own cellular network, Base, in Belgium. The deal could be the start of something bigger.
Generic-drug company Mylan goes on the offensive to counter persistent speculation about a pending bid from Israeli rival Teva Pharmaceutical Industries.
French President Francois Hollande and Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron both 'welcomed' the deal, Alcatel's CEO said.
Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent confirmed on Tuesday what everyone has suspected for months: The two are discussing whether Finland-based Nokia will make a public offer for its French rival.
Hours after a report that German chemical company Evonik Industries was mulling a $7 billion offer for Swiss rival Clariant, the target's top executive warned unsolicited suitors off.
The Chinese company will buy a stake first and then launch a bid to take Pirelli private.
The acquisitive e-commerce specialist has spent heavily to expand both its content business and its U.S. footprint, and OverDrive's 2.5 million e-book titles were next on its shopping list.
The German apartments owner launches a $1 billion-plus offer for its Austrian rival and rules out a sweetener.
Investors hope highly respected insurance boss Thiam can step up restructuring efforts at the flagging Swiss lender.
The Dutch suitor is hoping the hype around self-driving cars will mean a boon to its business.