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*FTSEurofirst 300 up 0.1 pct, Euro STOXX 50 flat. *Euro STOXX 50 halted by key resistance level. Spanish blue-chips Banco Santander, BBVA and Telefonica- which derive about half of their revenues from Latin America- took another beating, down 1.2-1.9 percent.
*FTSEurofirst 300 up 0.1 pct, Euro STOXX 50 flat. *Euro STOXX 50 halted by key resistance level. The euro zone's blue-chip Euro STOXX 50 index was flat, at 3,038.80 points, after failing to break above a key resistance level at 3,047.84 points representing its 50- day moving average, sending a bearish technical signal.
*Yelp climbs on deal with Yahoo. NEW YORK, Feb 10- U.S. stock index futures dipped on Monday, indicating the S&P 500 would retreat after its best two-day performance in four months, ahead of new Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's first testimony before lawmakers on Tuesday.
*Nokia top riser after HTC settlement. LONDON, Feb 10- European shares inched higher on Monday, led by Nokia's gains after settling patent claims with rival HTC and on relief that Wall Street weathered weak U.S. jobs figures buoyed the broader market.
LONDON, Feb 10- European stocks opened higher on Monday, led by Finnish handset maker Nokia after it settled patent claims with rival HTC. Shares in Nokia rallied 6.9 percent after what analysts at Credit Suisse describe as a "benchmark win", which they see as paving the way for future licensing deals and higher revenues for Nokia.
PARIS, Feb 6- Alcatel-Lucent almost halved its net loss for 2013 as cost-cutting, a tweaked product offering and asset sales under Chief Executive Michel Combes began to take effect.
Yandex, which leads the world's biggest search engine Google in Russia with a market share of more than 60 percent, had said that expansion beyond former Soviet countries was one of its focus areas when it floated shares in New York in 2011..
PARIS, Feb 6- Telecoms equipment maker Alcatel-Lucent saw the initial fruits of cost-cutting, a tweaked product offering, and asset sales under new chief executive Michel Combes in 2013, but still posted a large net loss for the year.
*Google proposal valid in Europe for 5 years. BRUSSELS, Feb 5- Google agreed to make concessions on how it displays competitors' links on its website on Wednesday, in a deal with the European Union regulator that ended a three-year antitrust probe and avoided a fine.
*Only third CEO in Microsoft's 39- year history. *Gates says will spend 1/ 3 of his time on Microsoft.
*Only third CEO in Microsoft's 39- year history. SEATTLE, Feb 4- Microsoft Corp named 22- year company veteran Satya Nadella as its next chief executive officer on Tuesday and said co-founder Bill Gates would step down as chairman and advise the new CEO on technology, marking an epochal change of control at the company that drove the PC revolution.
The company also said Bill Gates would step aside as chairman of the board.
COPENHAGEN, Jan 31- Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt, deserted by a key ally over plans to sell part of a state energy utility to Goldman Sachs, suffered further blows when its chairman resigned and a poll on Friday showed her weakened by the plan.
STOCKHOLM, Jan 29- Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg has told directors he has no plans to step down from the company following a report he is among candidates to take over from Microsoft Corp's Steve Ballmer, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday.
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STOCKHOLM, Jan 27- Samsung Electronics Co will pay Ericsson $650 million along with years of royalties to end a technology licence spat, the Swedish company said on Monday. The initial payment will lift fourth-quarter sales by 4.2 billion Swedish crowns and net income by 3.3 billion, Ericsson said in a statement.
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