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  • Here's Why Shareholders Should Be Glad Arconic Called off Sale Talk
    Motley Fool11 hours ago

    Here's Why Shareholders Should Be Glad Arconic Called off Sale Talk

    Investors missed the cash payout that comes with a buyout, but patient money could do even better with a successful turnaround.

  • Can Cisco’s Wallet Support Big-Ticket Acquisition Deals?
    Market Realist15 hours ago

    Can Cisco’s Wallet Support Big-Ticket Acquisition Deals?

    The Latest on Enterprise Software Vendors MSFT, IBM, ORCL, CISCO(Continued from Prior Part)Attempts to diversify its businessCisco Systems (CSCO) bought six companies in 2018 in efforts to expand and diversify its business, according to Crunchbase

  • Does Nutanix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTNX) Generate Enough Cash?
    Simply Wall St.16 hours ago

    Does Nutanix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTNX) Generate Enough Cash?

    Two important questions to ask before you buy Nutanix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTNX) is, how it makes money and how it spends its cash. This difference directly flows down to how much Read More...

  • Is the US Government Shutdown Hurting Microsoft?
    Market Realist16 hours ago

    Is the US Government Shutdown Hurting Microsoft?

    The Latest on Enterprise Software Vendors MSFT, IBM, ORCL, CISCOMicrosoft says the shutdown isn’t good for business Speaking on CNBC recently, Microsoft’s (MSFT) chief legal officer, Brad Smith, said that the current partial shutdown of the US

  • Mellanox (MLNX) Earnings Expected to Grow: Should You Buy?
    Zacks17 hours ago

    Mellanox (MLNX) Earnings Expected to Grow: Should You Buy?

    Mellanox (MLNX) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.

  • Sony (SNE) to Shift Unit's European Headquarter From U.K.
    Zacks17 hours ago

    Sony (SNE) to Shift Unit's European Headquarter From U.K.

    Sony (SNE) aims to concentrate mainly on the premium segment of the branded products market to augment its growth potential.

  • VIV vs. BCE: Which Stock Should Value Investors Buy Now?
    Zacks18 hours ago

    VIV vs. BCE: Which Stock Should Value Investors Buy Now?

    VIV vs. BCE: Which Stock Is the Better Value Option?

  • 3 Stocks That Are Absurdly Cheap Right Now
    Motley Fool18 hours ago

    3 Stocks That Are Absurdly Cheap Right Now

    Shares of Amarin, Baidu, and Tailored Brands are all incredible bargains at the moment. Here's why.

  • SAP SE (SAP) to Report Q4 Earnings: What's in the Cards?
    Zacks18 hours ago

    SAP SE (SAP) to Report Q4 Earnings: What's in the Cards?

    SAP SE (SAP) fourth-quarter results to benefit from expanding customer base and acquisition synergies.

  • Frontier (FTR) Divests Communication Towers for $80 Million
    Zacks19 hours ago

    Frontier (FTR) Divests Communication Towers for $80 Million

    The divesture is part of the long-term strategy of Frontier Communications (FTR) to strengthen its balance sheet.

  • Telefonica Mulling Non-Core Asset Sale in Central America
    Zacks19 hours ago

    Telefonica Mulling Non-Core Asset Sale in Central America

    Telefonica's (TEF) continued asset sale transactions are aimed to increase liquidity and ease its burgeoning debt pile.

  • What Did Apollo Know That the Short-Sellers Didn’t?
    Bloomberg20 hours ago

    What Did Apollo Know That the Short-Sellers Didn’t?

    The U.S. private equity firm has agreed to pay 3.3 billion pounds ($4.3 billion) for U.K. plastic packaging company RPC Group Plc. For the deal to make sense, the buyer has to know something that the many investors who were shorting the stock, and other potential acquirers, do not. Until a few years ago, the market cheered RPC as it bought one company after another. Bearish analysts at Northern Trust Securities LLP questioned the group’s ability to generate cash.

  • Apollo to Pay $4 Billion for Ketchup-to-Lotions Packager RPC
    Bloomberg21 hours ago

    Apollo to Pay $4 Billion for Ketchup-to-Lotions Packager RPC

    Shareholders of the container supplier for Kraft Heinz Co. sauces and Nivea beauty products will receive 782 pence a share in cash, RPC said in a statement Wednesday. RPC shares rose as much as 5.5 percent, the most in four months, to reach 774 pence. In acquiring RPC, Apollo will be looking to replicate its investment in U.S.-based Berry Plastics, a packaging maker that went on to make 14 acquisitions.

  • Financial Times21 hours ago

    [$$] Sony to shift European domicile from UK on Brexit risk

    is to re-domicile the European headquarters of its consumer electronics business from the UK to the Netherlands, citing the risk of Brexit upheaval. , which in September became the largest non-financial Japanese company to make a direct link between Brexit and move out of the UK.

  • Financial Times21 hours ago

    [$$] Blackstone prepares Center Parcs Europe portfolio for sale

    Blackstone has agreed new long-term leases with the operators of seven Center Parcs Europe holiday resorts in a move seen as preparing the real estate portfolio for a potential sale. The US group will ...

  • Chip Gear-Maker ASML Forecasts Sales Below Analyst Estimates
    Bloombergyesterday

    Chip Gear-Maker ASML Forecasts Sales Below Analyst Estimates

    ASML Chief Executive Officer Peter Wennink said in Bloomberg TV interview that the mobile phone market “is not where I believe the biggest growth areas of the semiconductor market is," saying he instead sees growth in server parks, cloud and data processing in the cloud. Key InsightsThe Veldhoven, Netherlands-based company predicts sales of 2.1 billion euros ($2.4 billion) for the first quarter, compared with an average analyst estimate of 2.73 billion euros. ASML expects first-quarter sales to be adversely impacted by roughly 300 million euros.This should be largely recovered in the second quarter, with the remainder expected to be recovered in the second half of 2019, ASML said.ASML forecasts a gross margin of about 40 percent in the first quarter of the year, trailing the average estimate for 47.3 percent.Over Q4 there were five new orders for its latest lithography machines.It reached an initial settlement on a yearlong infringement court case with Nikon Corp. over patents for lithography equipment and digital cameras, costing the company 131 million euros on gross margin in 2018.

  • Chip Gear-Maker ASML Forecasts Sales Below Analyst Estimates
    Bloombergyesterday

    Chip Gear-Maker ASML Forecasts Sales Below Analyst Estimates

    ASML Chief Executive Officer Peter Wennink said in Bloomberg TV interview that the mobile phone market “is not where I believe the biggest growth areas of the semiconductor market is," saying he instead sees growth in server parks, cloud and data processing in the cloud. Key InsightsThe Veldhoven, Netherlands-based company predicts sales of 2.1 billion euros ($2.4 billion) for the first quarter, compared with an average analyst estimate of 2.73 billion euros. ASML expects first-quarter sales to be adversely impacted by roughly 300 million euros.This should be largely recovered in the second quarter, with the remainder expected to be recovered in the second half of 2019, ASML said.ASML forecasts a gross margin of about 40 percent in the first quarter of the year, trailing the average estimate for 47.3 percent.Over Q4 there were five new orders for its latest lithography machines.It reached an initial settlement on a yearlong infringement court case with Nikon Corp. over patents for lithography equipment and digital cameras, costing the company 131 million euros on gross margin in 2018.

  • Europe's Stocks Drop With Tech Shares Stealing Some Attention
    Bloombergyesterday

    Europe's Stocks Drop With Tech Shares Stealing Some Attention

    The Stoxx Europe 600 index fell 0.4 percent. Technology shares were the worst performers, down 1.5 percent, followed by the auto and parts sector. Europe’s largest semiconductor gear-maker ASML Holding NV now forecasts sales below analyst estimates, providing yet another reason for investors to watch for stock movements in the chip sector.

  • Financial Timesyesterday

    [$$] Apollo to buy RPC packaging group in £3.3bn deal

    RPC shareholders will receive 782p for each share in cash, a 15.6 per cent premium from the closing price on September 7 of 683.6p, the last day before the talks were confirmed. The final offer represents a 7.6 per cent premium from RPC’s closing price on Tuesday and will not be increased. “The offer recognises the quality of RPC’s businesses and the strength of their future prospects,” said James Pike, chairman of the packaging group, who along with other board members recommended the bid.

  • Financial Timesyesterday

    [$$] The inside story on how Apollo’s buyout of Arconic collapsed

    FT premium subscribers can click here to receive Due Diligence every day by email. For months analysts worried that what would scupper the acquisition of Arconic by private equity Apollo Global Management were the potential liabilities related to the US metals company’s flammable cladding panels, which were linked to the deadly Grenfell Tower fire in the UK. Until Monday morning Arconic’s board had a handshake agreement to sell the company to Apollo and co-investor Elliott Management for $22.20 per share (valuing the group at more than $15bn).

  • Financial Timesyesterday

    [$$] How Apollo’s buyout of Arconic fell apart over pensions

    The $15bn buyout of  Arconic by  Apollo Global Management   fell apart due to a last-minute dispute over hundreds of millions of dollars needed to cover pension obligations owed to the US manufacturer’s ...

  • Financial Timesyesterday

    [$$] High-tech hospital R&D focuses on controlling costs

    In the bowels of a building at Philips’ research and development centre in Eindhoven in the Netherlands, the hospital of the future is taking shape. A hospital bed sits under a specially-installed canopy-style ceiling which changes colour, simulating an “accelerated sunrise” that will bring a post-operative patient gently back to wakefulness in the morning, explains Gaby Meekes, chief technology officer at VitalMinds, which she describes as a “start-up within Philips”.

  • Why Arconic, Weibo, and Altria Group Slumped Today
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Why Arconic, Weibo, and Altria Group Slumped Today

    The market took a tumble, and these were some of its biggest losers.

  • Arconic Plunges After Walking Away From Apollo's Buyout Offer
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Arconic Plunges After Walking Away From Apollo's Buyout Offer

    Apollo Global Management had been in talks to buy the maker of aerospace and auto parts for $22.20 a share, valuing Arconic at about $10.7 billion, according to people familiar with the matter. The private-equity firm had secured financing for the offer, which included coverage of potential liabilities related to London’s deadly 2017 Grenfell Tower fire, the people said. The focus now will shift to operational improvements and the previously announced sale of the building-systems unit, Arconic said in a statement Tuesday.

  • The $15 Billion Arconic Buyout That Wasn't
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    The $15 Billion Arconic Buyout That Wasn't

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- Arconic Inc. would have made for one of the biggest private equity buyouts of recent times. Don’t cry over the deal’s demise, though.