Contracts Bids and Proposals

  • *South Africa wants to mine uranium, not enrich it. LONDON, Sept 15- A massive nuclear tender in South Africa is open to all bidders prepared to manufacture locally and share technology, and Russia is not the frontrunner, the head of the country's nuclear agency said. After meetings between Russian President Vladimir Putin and South African President Jacob Zuma,...

  • Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc.

    A rare Apple 1 computer is up for auction; bids have already topped $270,000 with six days remaining, Recode reported.

  • WSJ: Liberty CEO 'floated' idea of possible bid

    Greg Maffei, Liberty Media CEO, "floated" the idea of a possible bid for Pandora at $15/share, driving shares higher. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports and the "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders weigh in.

  • Yahoo misses on bottom line

    CNBC's Josh Lipton reports Yahoo's quarterly earnings missing analyst expectations.

  • RBS

    Royal Bank of Scotland rose more than 1 percent amid a report that the company is receiving bids for its shipping business.

  • LAGOS, June 20- Nigeria's naira slumped 23 percent against the dollar on Monday after the central bank removed its currency peg to alleviate chronic foreign currency shortages choking growth in Africa's biggest economy. Bids submitted by banks prior to the auction ranged between 210- 290 naira to the dollar, dealers said. Black market currency dealers were...

  • Tata Steel to trim list of bidders

    The Indian steelmaker is expected to pick which interested groups will advance in the sale process for its UK operations.

  • *France, Germany, Japan vying for lucrative contract. SYDNEY/ TOKYO, April 26- Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will announce on Tuesday whether France, Germany or Japan is the successful bidder for an A $50 billion contract to build the country's new fleet of submarines, according to sources. Local media reports suggested last week that Japan's...

  • Yahoo pushes back deadline for bids

    The Internet company is moving the deadline for its bids to April 18.

  • Baxalta rejects Shire's $30B bid

    Baxalta rejects Shire's $30 billion bid. CNBC's Sue Herera reports the details.

  • Nikkei Business Report

    Japanese mobile carrier Softbank's bid for Sprint was approved by US Federal Communications Commission last week, clearing the way for the firm to create a foothold in the US market. The Nikkei's Makiko Utsuda has more.

  • Buying Into the Hostess Brand

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche has the update on whether a serious bid is out there to buy Hostess Brands.

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    The newly approved rescue plan for Greece is a "super-TARP," similar to the United States bailout package during the financial crisis, Peter Boockvar, equity strategist at Miller Tabak, told CNBC Thursday.