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Siemens proposes former SAP boss Snabe as next chairman
MUNICH, Germany (Reuters) - Top European engineering group Siemens proposed former SAP co-chief executive Jim Hagemann Snabe as its next chairman ahead of its annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday.
Sony takes $1 billion writedown on its movie business
Sony Corp(SNE) will write down the value of its movie business by nearly 112.1 billion yen in the third quarter, blaming weaker film profits as online streaming services sap demand for movie DVDs. In a statement on Monday, the Japanese TV-to-gaming group said it had cut its outlook for earnings from DVD, blu-ray discs and other home entertainment in line with a market decline.
Bertelsmann benefits from print’s resilient popularity
Publishing group to raise its exposure with bigger stake in Penguin Random House
Intel shares rise after company beats estimates
Intel Corp. rose 1.3% late Thursday after the Santa Clara, Calif., technology company reported fourth-quarter earnings and sales above expectations. Intel said it earned $3.6 billion, or 73 cents a share, in the quarter, compared with $3.6 billion, or 74 cents a share, in the year-ago period. Adjusted for one-time items, Intel reported a net income of $3.9 billion, or 79 cents a share, compared with $3.7 billion, or 76 cents a share, a year ago. Revenue reached $16.4 billion in the quarter, up from $14.9 billion a year ago. Analysts polled by FactSet had expected adjusted earnings of 75 cents a share on sales of $15.75 billion. Intel said revenue from its client computing group rose 4% to $9.1 billion, whereas the FactSet analysts had forecast $8.6 billion. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
U.S. SEC says shipowner OSG, former CFO, charged over tax evasion
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said it charged on Monday shipping conglomerate Overseas Shipholding Group (OSG) and its former chief financial officer Myles Itkin with failing to recognize some $512 million in tax liabilities.
Wales sees 26% drop in new businesses over five years
The number of new businesses starting in Wales drops 26% over five years, the biggest fall in the UK, a banking group says.
Marissa Mayer not on new Yahoo holding group board
Yahoo's Marissa Mayer will not be on the board of the new company that emerges from the Verizon deal.
Intel to acquire 15% stake in German digital mapping company HERE
Intel Corp. said Tuesday it is acquiring a 15% stake in German digital mapping company HERE from current indirect shareholders, Audi AG and Daimler AG . The chip maker said the two companies will collaborate on the research and development needed to support real-time updates of high-definition maps that can be used in self-driving vehicles. "Additionally, the two companies plan to jointly explore strategic opportunities that result from enriching edge-computing devices with location data," Intel said in a statement. Current technology allows a user to determine a car's location to within meters, but the next generation is expected to work within centimeters. HERE is a private company set up by Audi, BMW AG and Daimler. The deal is expected to close in the first quarter. Intel will nominate Doug Davis to the HERE supervisory board. Davis is general manager of Intel's automated driving group. Shares were up 0.3% in afternoon trade, while the S&P 500 was up 0.4%. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Boss resigns after overworked employee commits suicide
The boss of a major Japanese advertising group resigns following the suicide of an overworked employee.
Australia’s Tatts spurns $5.5bn Macquarie-led bid
Gambling group concludes offer is inferior to tie-up proposed by rival Tabcorp
Lloyds Bank buys MBNA credit card firm for £1.9bn
Lloyds Banking Group is to buy credit card firm MBNA from Bank of America in £1.9bn deal.
SEC charges broker-dealer and three traders with violating short sale rules
The Securities and Exchange Commission settled charges against the CEO of broker-dealer Wilson-Davis & Co. Paul Davis, and two of the firm's traders for making numerous naked short sales in over-the counter equity securities between November 2011 and May 2013. The charges against the Wilson-Davis firm are being contested. Regulation SHO requires that, before a broker-dealer effects a short sale, the trader must "locate" a source of borrowable securities that can be delivered on the date that delivery is due. Wilson-Davis relied on the bona-fide market making exception for all short sales by its proprietary trading group but that was improper, the SEC said, because much of the firm's proprietary trading activity was not, in fact, bona-fide market making. This is also the first time that the SEC has charged a CEO of a broker-dealer with violating the CEO certification requirement of the Market Access Rule. Davis consented to the order without admitting or denying the findings and agreed to pay a penalty of $25,000. Anthony Kerrigone, a former proprietary trader neither admitted nor denied the findings and agreed to pay back $486,840 in trading profits and penalty and interest of $113,160. Byron Barkley, the head trader, neither admitted nor denied the findings and agreed to pay back $67,710.20, in trading profits and penalty and interest $58,977. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Macquarie sparks tussle for Australia gaming group
Tatts Group targeted in bidding war as rival offer could scupper Tabcorp merger
RBS fails Bank of England stress test; to boost capital plan
Royal Bank of Scotland Group has failed a tougher stress test of systemic banks in the U.K. and must come up with a revised plan to raise capital, the Bank of England said Wednesday. The process also revealed capital inadequacies at Standard Chartered PLC and Barclays PLC , but these lenders will not have to submit new capital plans as they have already undertaken capital strengthening measures, the BOE said in a statement. Four lenders -- HSBC Holdings PLC , Lloyds Banking Group PLC , Nationwide Building Society and Santander UK -- were found to be resilient in the stress-testing process. The test of the banks' resilience imposed more severe stress than that used in tests in 2014 and 2015, and held them to "a higher standard reflecting the phasing-in of capital buffers for global systemically important banks," the BOE said.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
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