HELSINKI— Consumer electronics company Bang& Olufsen says it's in talks over a potential takeover bid, sending its shares surging more than 30 percent. The Danish company says it has "initiated a dialogue to investigate and analyze the firmness" of the offer, but did not provide any details. The company's share price shot up 32 percent to 73.50 kroner in afternoon...» Read More
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