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In early trading on Monday, shares of Alexion Pharmaceuticals topped the list of the day's best performing components of the Nasdaq 100 index, trading up 5.3%.
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Petroleo Brasileiro SA Petrobras : Down 31% Since Charles Brandes Bought in the Quarter Ended on 2013-12-31 Charles Brandes added to his holdings in Exploration & Production company Petroleo Brasileiro SA Petrobras by 6.71% during the quarter ended 12/31/2013.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Kroes warns against digital walls; Vodafone ups offer for ONO; Sonara swallows smaller rival.
Germany is a blueprint for the future of Vodafone Group PLC in other countries, Vodafone's Chief Executive Vittorio Colao said at the CeBit fair in Hannover on Monday.
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Vodafone has denied the claim. The Times of India reported the home ministry claims Vodafone provided GCHQ with "secret unlimited access to their network of under sea cables, which carry much of world's phone calls and Internet traffic," according to documents of the Internal Security Division.
British Telecommunications giant Vodafone can't seem to keep itself out of headlines.
Top Stories Plunging Chinese exports hit Asian stocks. Chinese exports dropped 18.1% on year in February after expanding 10.6% in January and badly missed consensus of +6.8%.
EU telecoms ask EC to ease competition rules, FT reports In a letter to the European Commission signed by the CEOs of Vodafone , Telefonica , Telecom Italia , Deutsche Telekom , Orange , and Hutchison Whampoa the telecom companies have asked for competition rules to be eased in order to allow consolidation and boost industry profits, reported ... (more)
Vodafone has made a second swoop for the Spanish cable operator Ono and it looks like it's been successful.
The latest 13F season is commencing, when many money managers issue required reports on their holdings.
Vodafone Group Plc increased its takeover offer to investors of Grupo Corporativo Ono SA before the Spanish cable company announces plans for a share sale next week, according to three people familiar with the matter.
"A meeting took place yesterday between the shareholders and Vittorio Colao. The due diligence will start this weekend in order to make the offer binding," said one of the sources.
If the prospect of a web company like Facebook using WebRTC to become a telco has the carriers worried, how do you think they'd feel about Facebook flat out buying a telco to compete? They should feel real worried, because it's something Facebook might be considering -- if it's smart.