European markets closed sharply lower on Monday, despite paring some losses, amid a staggering selloff in stock markets around the world.» Read More
European equities closed lower on Thursday after mixed first-quarter earnings reports and as Greece's economic outlook deteriorated further.
Jim Cramer is worried that Google just doesn't take the antitrust charges filed by the EU seriously enough, and proposes a solution.
Google reached a settlement in 2013 with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission over Web search allegations. However, regulators often speak with companies about fairness complaints without the discussions leading to an investigation, and Google has already successfully fought off a U.S. civil suit involving Android. The meetings between Google critics and...
European equities closed higher on Wednesday, unchanged after the European Central Bank (ECB) announced its monetary policy decision.
Nokia's CEO told CNBC Wednesday he was confident a 15.6 billion-euro takeover deal of Alcatel-Lucent will get the thumbs up from regulators.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Discussing Nokia's planned purchase of Alcatel-Lucent, Rajeev Suri, CEO of Nokia, tells CNBC he is confident the deal will pass regulatory hurdles.
SHANGHAI, April 15- Singapore's Flextronics International Ltd is in advanced talks to buy part of the Chinese business of Alcatel-Lucent SA, the French telecoms firm currently being taken over by Nokia Oyj, two people told Reuters. Telecoms equipment makers like Alcatel-Lucent and Finland's Nokia have been grappling with a sector suffering slow growth...
Alcatel-Lucent CEO, Michel Combes, says he convinced Nokia to acquire the whole company rather than just its wireless business.
Alcatel-Lucent CEO, Michel Combes, explains that the company's merger with Nokia will result in more R&D positions in France.
Alcatel-Lucent CEO, Michel Combes, says he doesn't expect a culture clash with Nokia and will step down as chief executive under the merger plans.
Finland's Nokia will tie the knot with Alcatel-Lucent in an all-stock deal that values the French telecom company at 15.6 billion euros ($16.6 billion), the companies said on Wednesday.
*Norfolk Southern gives weak outlook, shares fall. NEW YORK, April 14- The Dow and S&P 500 ended higher on Tuesday, helped by energy stocks and March-quarter earnings reports that topped modest expectations following worries about a strong dollar. Norfolk Southern Corp dropped 4.18 percent to $100.49 a day after it forecast a surprise drop in its first-quarter...
U.S. stocks closed mixed on Tuesday as investors digested the first of the major earnings reports and moderate economic data.
*Norfolk Southern gives weak outlook, shares fall. NEW YORK, April 14- The Dow and S&P 500 moved higher on Tuesday, helped by energy stocks and March-quarter earnings reports that topped modest expectations but did little to reduce concerns about the strong dollar. Norfolk Southern Corp was the biggest decliner on the S&P 500, dropping 5.6 percent to $98.95 a day...
Finland's Nokia confirmed Tuesday that it is in "advanced" merger discussions with telecoms company Alcatel-Lucent, following rumors of a tie-up.
HELSINKI/ PARIS, April 14- Nokia Oyj is in talks to buy smaller telecom equipment maker Alcatel-Lucent, a deal combining the industry's two weakest players that is backed by the French government but could pose challenges in cutting costs. In a joint announcement, the Finnish and French companies said they were in "advanced discussions" on a "full combination,...
*JPMorgan rises after results, Wells Fargo lower. *Norfolk Southern gives weak outlook, shares fall. Norfolk Southern Corp was the biggest decliner on the S&P 500, dropping 5.6 percent to $98.95 a day after it forecast a surprise drop in its first-quarter earnings and revenue.
European shares finished mostly lower on Tuesday, amid caution over a ECB meeting this week and the possibility of a blockbuster M&A deal.
Nokia has confirmed that it's in advanced talks to buy Alcatel-Lucent. Sam Schechner, technology correspondent at the "Wall Street Journal," weighs in on whether it would be a good partnership.