Nokia has secured approval from its Shareholders for its Alcatel-Lucent acquisition at EGM (Extraordinary General Meeting) held today. Nokia is acquiring Alcatel-Lucent to create what it terms as an “Innovation Leader”. Nokia will pay EUR 15.6 billion through a public exchange offer in France and in the United States. Closing
Nokia is now one step closer to acquire Alcatel-Lucent, as European Commission has provided its approval for the deal. Nokia is acquiring Alcatel-Lucent to create what it terms as an “Innovation Leader”. Nokia will pay EUR 15.6 billion through a public exchange offer in France and in the United States.
Nokia has announced in a press-release that the Nokia’s Devices and Service unit sale to Microsoft has been approved by Chinese authority. This approval was the major roadblock in deal-closure and Nokia has to extend its Q1 financial reporting to 29th April, so that it can accommodate the financial impact
It increasingly looks like Microsoft may really need to review and overhaul Windows Phone apps approval process. We have heard many cases where trademarks and official names like "Facebook" and "YouTube" are misused by developers for their 3rd party apps. But, seems one of the scamster has succeeded in doing
Taiwan's FTC ( Fair Trade commission ) has approved the Microsoft-Nokia deal but has sought to assuage the apprehensions of Local manufacturers about Microsoft and Nokia rising patent licensing fees post deal approval. FTC has added two riders for deal approval. First rider forces Microsoft not to hike licensing fees
[embedit snippet="fluids"] A report from China suggests that China is exercising unprecedented caution in approving MS-Nokia deal. Usually such acquisitions are approved after a 30-day one-phase investigation in China, but in case of MS-Nokia, it has entered into second phase of investigation. Such acquisitions usually get approval from China's Ministry of Commerce
[embedit snippet="fluids"] Green signal has been given to Microsoft-Nokia's deal by two of the toughest regulators in the world. Earlier US department of justice and now European commission has provided their approvals. The notice of approval from the US Justice Department was posted on the Federal Trade Commission website. The European
[embedit snippet="fluids"] MS-Nokia Devices & services business deal has got approval from Indian Fair trade watchdog CCI. Actually for this deal to materialize MS and Nokia may need to get similar approvals in other countries and regions as well. While many Nokia fans still have faint hopes of this deal not going