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  • Wind of change starts blowing at Italian companies Wednesday, 16 Apr 2014 | 10:29 AM ET

    *Corporate governance improving in Italy. MILAN, April 16- Eager to attract foreign investors as it slowly emerges from its longest recession in 70 years, cash-strapped Italy Inc. is taking the first steps to end decades of opaque management and shoddy governance.

  • Finmeccanica shares down on CEO change Tuesday, 15 Apr 2014 | 5:16 AM ET

    MILAN— Investors signaled concern Tuesday at a change of leadership at the scandal-plagued Finmeccanica defense contractor as part of sweeping management changes announced by Italian Premier Matteo Renzi at four strategic state-backed firms.

  • LONDON, April 15- The tens of billions of euros euro zone banks set aside for loan losses in their latest annual accounts may have substantially reduced the chance of institutions failing ECB stress tests in the next few months.

  • MILAN, April 14- Claudio Descalzi faces a delicate balancing act as he takes the helm of Italian oil major Eni- guaranteeing Italy's gas supply by nurturing relations with Russia, while exploring new drilling frontiers in Africa and Asia to boost profit.

  • *HSBC upbeat on emerging mkts but says 2014 may be volatile. LONDON, Feb 24- HSBC missed market expectations with a 9 percent increase in annual profit and warned of greater volatility in emerging markets this year, sending shares in Europe's biggest bank to a 15- month low.

  • NEW YORK, Jan 9- Credit Suisse Group AG is betting it can turn around its unprofitable U.S. private wealth business with new loan products and a focus on the ultra-rich, a strategy greeted with skepticism by some securities analysts and former officials at the bank.

  • NEW YORK, Jan 9- Credit Suisse Group AG is betting it can turn around its unprofitable U.S. private wealth business with new loan products and a focus on the ultra-rich, a strategy greeted with skepticism by some securities analysts and former officials at the bank.

  • Telecom Italia seen giving minority investors more say Monday, 23 Dec 2013 | 10:21 AM ET

    MILAN, Dec 23- Telecom Italia is likely to have to give minority investors more say after narrowly surviving an attempt by rebel shareholders to throw out the board, potentially complicating decisions over its prized Brazilian business.

  • *Prosecutors investigate deal giving Telefonica more control. ROZZANO, Italy, Dec 20- Telecom Italia's shareholders on Friday rejected by a slim majority an attempt by dissident investors to oust its board, a decision that allows CEO Marco Patuano to pursue his strategy to revive the debt-laden phone company.

  • ROZZANO, Italy, Dec 20- Telecom Italia's shareholders were meeting on Friday to decide whether to oust the entire board in an attempt by dissident investors to weaken the increasingly powerful influence of rival Spanish group Telefonica.

  • Telecom Italia board set for showdown with shareholders Thursday, 19 Dec 2013 | 2:00 PM ET

    MILAN, Dec 19- Telecom Italia's shareholders meet on Friday to decide whether to oust the entire board in an attempt by dissident investors to weaken the increasingly powerful influence of rival Spanish group Telefonica.

  • *BlackRock says has 7.8 pct direct stake in Telecom Italia. *BlackRock stake seen decisive also for Brazil strategy.

  • *SEC says BlackRock raised Telecom Italia stake to 10.1 pct. MILAN, Dec 16- BlackRock Inc will have to say on Monday what stake it holds in Italy's biggest telecom operator Telecom Italia, after the Italian market watchdog threatened to fine it for not disclosing an increase.

  • ZURICH/ DUBAI, Nov 28- Swiss lender UBS is scaling back corporate advisory and investment banking services for ultra-rich clients in some emerging market countries to reduce overlap with other departments, three sources familiar with the plan said.

  • Italian companies implode amid government turmoil Monday, 30 Sep 2013 | 4:13 AM ET

    Trouble at the top in Italy is not confined to its politicians.

  • Telecom Italia investors in talks to do... nothing Friday, 20 Sep 2013 | 11:04 AM ET
    Pedestrians pass a Telefonica SA fixed-line public telephone in Madrid, Spain

    Telefonica is in talks with the Italian core shareholders in Telecom Italia to keep the same ownership structure for another six months, two sources told Reuters.

  • Telecom Italia up as mammoth deal reshapes sector Monday, 2 Sep 2013 | 4:15 AM ET

    Shares in Telecom Italia rose 3 percent in early trade on Monday, amid renewed speculation it may join a sector merger wave as Verizon Communications and Vodafone were set to announce a $130 billion deal.

  • An attendee pauses in front of a display at a Mediobanca meeting.

    Mediobanca, under pressure to improve returns for shareholders, plans to sell almost all of its stakes in major companies, ending half a century of influence at the heart of Italian business to focus on banking.

  • Europe Shares Close Down Ahead of Cyprus Vote Tuesday, 19 Mar 2013 | 12:33 PM ET

    European shares closed lower on Tuesday as markets await the outcome of a critical vote in Cyprus to tax bank deposits.

  • Banks Halt European Share Rally on Italian Debt Scare Monday, 11 Mar 2013 | 11:45 AM ET

    Bank stocks held European shares below 4-1/2 years highs on Monday, depressed by a worsening outlook for Italy's public finances.

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