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  • MADRID, Feb 12- Iberdrola has sold a 22.6 percent stake in Brazil's Itapebi Geracao de Energia to a unit of the Spanish utility's affiliate Neoenergia for 325 million reais, it said on Wednesday.

  • AngloGold Ashanti to sell Namibian unit for $110 mln Monday, 10 Feb 2014 | 8:15 AM ET

    JOHANNESBURG, Feb 10- Africa's top bullion producer AngloGold Ashanti is selling its Namibian unit for $110 million to private mining group QKR, it said on Monday, the disposal being part of a renewed drive to rationalise and focus on its bigger operations.

  • NEW YORK/ LONDON, Feb 7- Swiss industrial conglomerate ABB Ltd is seeking to divest several units whose sale could raise more than $1 billion in total proceeds, according to people familiar with the matter, joining a list of large companies looking to shed non-core businesses.

  • Jan 16- Johnson& Johnson said it would sell its ortho clinical diagnostics unit to private equity firm Carlyle Group for $4.15 billion, shedding a slow-growing business to focus on more lucrative products. J&J shares were up marginally at $95.01 in early trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday.

  • Jan 16- Johnson& Johnson said on Thursday it will sell its ortho clinical diagnostics unit to private equity firm Carlyle Group for $4.15 billion, a year after announcing it was considering spinning off or selling the slow-growing business.

  • NEW YORK, Jan 15- The U.S. Federal Reserve has given JPMorgan Chase& Co an "ultimate time limit" for selling its Henry Bath warehousing unit, a regulatory executive at the U.S. central bank told a Senate banking committee hearing on Wednesday. In July 2013, JPMorgan announced plans to sell the whole of its physical commodities business, which includes Henry Bath.

  • *JPMorgan's brokerage feels financial impact of regulation. LONDON, Jan 8,- JPMorgan Chase& Co, the world's biggest dealer in over-the-counter metals derivatives, has added its metals futures brokerage to the sale of its physical commodities business, sources familiar with the matter said.

  • *JPMorgan's brokerage feels financial impact of regulation. Jan 8,- JPMorgan Chase& Co, the world's biggest dealer in over-the-counter metals derivatives, has added its metals futures brokerage to the sale of its physical commodities business, sources familiar with the matter said.

  • Jan 6- Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc said it would sell three of its businesses to General Electric Co's healthcare unit for $1.06 billion, fulfilling a requirement for European antitrust approval to buy Life Technologies Corp..

  • Jan 6- Scientific and laboratory equipment maker Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc said it would sell its cell culture, gene modulation and magnetic beads businesses to GE Healthcare, a unit of General Electric Co, for about $1.06 billion.

  • Dec 30- Packaged foods company Mondelez International Inc has sold its SnackWell's cookies and snacks business to its joint venture with Brynwood Partners VI LP, the private equity firm said on Monday.

  • LONDON/ MOSCOW, Dec 20- Morgan Stanley has sold the majority of its global physical oil trading operations to Russian state-run oil major Rosneft, becoming the latest Wall Street firm to dispose of a major part of its commodity business. Morgan Stanley said it was not expected to have a significant impact on its financial results.

  • *Dubai World unit sells 50 pct of Fontainebleau- source. DUBAI, Dec 17- Istithmar World, a unit of Dubai World, has sold its 50 percent stake in Miami Beach's landmark Fontainebleau hotel back to south Florida developer Turnberry, a source close to the seller said on Tuesday.

  • Dec 16- American International Group Inc said it would sell its aircraft-leasing business to AerCap Holdings NV in a deal valued at about $5.4 billion, marking the insurer's exit from its last non-core business. The deal includes $3 billion in cash and 97.56 million newly issued AerCap common shares, AIG said on Monday.

  • Dec 12- U.S. insurer American International Group is in talks to sell its aircraft leasing business to AerCap Holdings NV, a person briefed on the discussions said.

  • Dec 12- Insurer American International Group is in talks to sell its jet-leasing finance business to AerCap Holdings NV, according to reports. Netherlands- based AerCap, the world's largest independent aircraft lessor, may team up with other bidders for International Lease Finance Corp, the reports said.

  • *Brazil antitrust watchdog rules against Telefonica. *Telefonica prefers sale of Brazil unit, Fossati against. Telecom Italia's 67 percent stake in TIM Participacoes has become an issue since TIM Brasil's biggest rival, Spain's Telefonica, agreed a deal in September to gradually take over Telecom Italia's controlling shareholder group, Telco.

  • *ICD buys Atlantis from Dubai World arm Istithmar. *Sale adds to series of 2013 asset sales by Dubai World. DUBAI, Dec 5- A unit of Dubai World has sold its Atlantis resort, which sits on a palm tree-shaped island in the Gulf, in an asset shuffle between state entities to help the group meet huge debt repayments after a $25 billion restructuring in 2011..

  • MILAN, Dec 5- Telecom Italia rebel investor Marco Fossati said on Thursday he was opposed to selling the company's Brazilian mobile unit TIM Participacoes to comply with an antitrust ruling.

  • NEW YORK, Dec 3- Ben Venue Laboratories, a Bedford, Ohio- based subsidiary of German drugmaker Boehringer Ingelheim has tapped Bank of America Merrill Lynch to explore a possible sale of its generic sterile injectable drugs business.

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