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The European Central Bank bought $392 million worth of corporate bonds in the first three days of such purchases last week.
European markets finished sharply higher on Friday, buoyed by a rally in mining stocks and oil prices, on top of a positive set of company updates.
The business includes satellite and cable television services in Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, Argentina and several other countries.
First in Germany and now in Russia, Apple is letting consumers buy digital goods from smartphones without credit cards.
Brands think virtual reality is the next form of mass entertainment, and they want to be the go-to media companies for VR content.
O2's being lined up to become a public company again after a merger with Three goes through, the Financial Times reports.
The tennis players at this year's U.S. Open 2015 will play for a $3.3 million prize, but according to one ranking they probably don't need the money.
Vivendi said it raised its stake in Telecom Italia to 14.9 percent, replacing Telefonica as its biggest shareholder.
Telefonica posted higher first-quarter sales and core profits thanks to growth abroad, a sign that an expected turnaround is underway.
China can only ensure its information security in the long run if it keeps its market open to the best technology products, foreign or domestic.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Asian equity markets struggled for direction on Wednesday following an uninspiring lead from Wall Street overnight.
Spanish telecommunications firm Telefónica has agreed to sell its O2 U.K. operation to Hutchison Whampoa.
Paul Haswell, Partner of Pinsent Masons, explains why more Asian technology players are seeking merger and acquisition opportunities in Europe.
Asia's richest man Li Ka-shing set his sights on Europe likely because asset prices could inflate after the ECB's stimulus package, says Alex Wong, Director, Asset Management at Ample Capital.
Telefonica has agreed to sell its British unit O2 to Hutchison Whampoa in a deal valued at more than 10 billion pounds ($15 billion).
Chris Lane , Senior Research Analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein, discusses news that Telefónica may sell its British mobile business to Li Ka-shing's Hutchison Whampoa..
Telefónica is poised for a cash deal of more than £10 billion to sell O2 to Whampoa, a move that would create the UK's largest mobile group.
Hutchison Whampoa is in talks with Telefonica about buying O2. CNBC's Helia Ebrahimi says Telefonica is known for its high amount of debt, so it's "a keen and willing seller."
Monitise connects banks with mobile operators and technology companies, so people can use their phones for bank details and purchasing goods globally, says Alastair Lukies, Co-CEO of Monitise.