European shares closed near five-year highs on Monday, helped by gains from Philips and SAP, as well as encouraging U.S. housing data.» Read More
Philips Electronics sold a partial but significant stake in LG.Philips LCD for $2.18 billion, at the bottom of an indicated pricing range, a source familiar with the deal said on Thursday.
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Royal Philips Electronics, a maker of medical and lighting equipment, said Monday net profit for the second quarter Monday rose due to a large gain on the sale of a stake in Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company.
Royal Philips Electronics is in talks to sell its 33% stake in flat panel display maker LG.Philips LCD, which may bring in $5 billion (3.7 billion euros).
Dutch electronics firm Philips has raised $2.6 billion by selling a 4.6% stake in TSMC as part of its plans to exit the world's top contract chip maker, a market source said on Friday.
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Dutch company Philips Electronics beat analysts' forecasts on Monday with a first-quarter operating profit that was depressed by overcapacity in flat LCD displays, and said little would change in the global consumer electronics marketplace.
Time Warner reached a deal Monday to sell the Atlanta Braves to Liberty Media Corp., according to the Wall Street Journal. Because there is so much thrown in, it's hard to see exactly how much the Braves were valued at, but I'd say it's already too much. Public companies have no business owning sports teams. They, for the most part, don't make rational sense...
Dutch group Philips Electronics beat analysts forecasts on Monday with a fourth-quarter net profit that was powered by one-off gains, and raised its 2006 dividend by 36% to 0.60 euros per share.
A couple weeks ago, Nike sponsored the entire 6pm SportsCenter to promote the Air Zoom LeBron IV. Then, soon after, Philips Electronics paid a reported $2.5 million to buy out the entire 33-minute ad block in the Oklahoma State-Texas game on TBS.