Contracts Bids and Proposals

  • April 21- U.S. private equity firm KKR& Co LP and Japanese government-backed fund, Innovation Network Corp of Japan, will submit a joint offer for Toshiba Corp's memory chip unit, the Nikkei business daily reported on Friday. INCJ could invest in the Toshiba business if it made sense, Japan's industry and trade minister had said on Wednesday. Toshiba has narrowed...

  • TOKYO, April 18- The state-backed fund Innovation Network Corp of Japan is looking at the auction of Toshiba Corp's chip unit but did not participate in first-round bidding, INCJ Chairman Toshiyuki Shiga said on Tuesday. Toshiba has narrowed the field of bidders for its chip unit to four suitors, sources have said: U.S. chipmaker Broadcom Ltd, which has partnered...

  • TOKYO, April 14- Apple Inc is considering teaming up with its supplier Foxconn to bid for Toshiba Corp's semiconductor business, public broadcaster NHK said on Friday- the latest twist in the sale of the world's second-biggest flash memory chipmaker. Foxconn, which participated in the first round of the auction, has been considered such a risk due to its deep ties...

  • April 10- Taiwan's Foxconn has indicated that it may pay as much as 3 trillion yen for Toshiba Corp's chip business, Bloomberg reported on Monday, citing people familiar with the matter. South Korea's SK Hynix Inc and chipmaker Broadcom Ltd have submitted preliminary bids for the business, valued at 2 trillion yen or more, according to the report.

  • NAIROBI, March 30- Kenya's central bank on Thursday invited investors interested in buying a stake in Chase Bank to submit their bids, with the aim of concluding the transaction by the end of September. It is now in the hands of Kenya Deposit Insurance Corporation, a state body that protects depositors in the case of a bank failure, and the central bank has said it...

  • Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc.

    A rare Apple 1 computer is up for auction; bids have already topped $270,000 with six days remaining, Recode reported.

  • WSJ: Liberty CEO 'floated' idea of possible bid

    Greg Maffei, Liberty Media CEO, "floated" the idea of a possible bid for Pandora at $15/share, driving shares higher. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports and the "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders weigh in.

  • Yahoo misses on bottom line

    CNBC's Josh Lipton reports Yahoo's quarterly earnings missing analyst expectations.

  • RBS

    Royal Bank of Scotland rose more than 1 percent amid a report that the company is receiving bids for its shipping business.

  • Tata Steel to trim list of bidders

    The Indian steelmaker is expected to pick which interested groups will advance in the sale process for its UK operations.

  • Yahoo pushes back deadline for bids

    The Internet company is moving the deadline for its bids to April 18.

  • Baxalta rejects Shire's $30B bid

    Baxalta rejects Shire's $30 billion bid. CNBC's Sue Herera reports the details.

  • Nikkei Business Report

    Japanese mobile carrier Softbank's bid for Sprint was approved by US Federal Communications Commission last week, clearing the way for the firm to create a foothold in the US market. The Nikkei's Makiko Utsuda has more.

  • Buying Into the Hostess Brand

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche has the update on whether a serious bid is out there to buy Hostess Brands.

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    The newly approved rescue plan for Greece is a "super-TARP," similar to the United States bailout package during the financial crisis, Peter Boockvar, equity strategist at Miller Tabak, told CNBC Thursday.