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    Renault Board Supports Resolution Calling for One Share, One Vote

    DJ Business News – 4:45 PM ET 04/16/2015

    PARIS--The board of French car maker Renault SA (RNSDF) on Thursday instructed Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn to preserve the existing one-share one-vote resolution at the coming annual general meeting, putting the company on a collision course with its largest shareholder, the French government. An emergency board meeting was called for Thursday afternoon to discuss recent moves by the French government to secure itself double-voting rights at the April 30 annual shareholders "...

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    Netflix shares jump on subscriber surge

    MarketWatch – 6:25 PM ET 04/15/2015

    By Wallace Witkowski and Sue Chang, MarketWatch. Panera Bread (PNRA) shares surge on buybacks, refranchising effort. Netflix Inc. (NFLX) shares rallied in the extended session Wednesday after the streaming-video service said it added more subscribers than expected in the latest quarter.

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    European stocks log 2nd record close of the week

    MarketWatch – 12:31 PM ET 04/15/2015

    Nokia (NOK) cements deal to purchase Alcatel-Lucent (ALU). European stocks marked a new record closing high Wednesday, as European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi said the bank's massive bond-buying program is rolling along "smoothly" and conditions in the eurozone are showing improvement. The Stoxx Europe 600 climbed 0.6% to 414.06, led by the oil and gas, consumer goods and industrial sectors.

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    EUROPE MARKETS: European Stocks Log 2nd Record Close Of The Week

    DJ Business News – 12:31 PM ET 04/15/2015

    Nokia (NOK) cements deal to purchase Alcatel-Lucent (ALU). European stocks marked a new record closing high Wednesday, as European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi said the bank's massive bond-buying program is rolling along "smoothly" and conditions in the eurozone are showing improvement. The Stoxx Europe 600 climbed 0.6% to 414.06, led by the oil and gas, consumer goods and industrial sectors.

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    Nokia's Ambitions Could Crack Under Integration Pressure

    MarketWatch – 11:31 AM ET 04/15/2015

    Nokia (NOK)' s clean design for the EUR15.6 billion takeover of Alcatel-Lucent (ALU) is encouraging. But the implementation could still be a lot messier. The Finnish telecoms equipment provider on Wednesday laid out a simpler-than-expected plan for its biggest-ever acquisition.

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    A one-two punch may be lurking for oil

    MarketWatch – 11:10 AM ET 04/15/2015

    The S&P 500 finished up another unspectacular session yesterday-- there hasn't been a move of more than 1% either direction since late March. And the banks, alas, aren't expected to do much to help, it seems. "We've been arguing that investors might have to wait until the second week of earnings for a catalyst, since the bulk of companies this week are financial, a sector little impacted by investors' concerns," says BTIG's chief strategist Dan Greenhaus.

  7. Nokia's U.S.-listed stock rises 1% in premarket trade on heavy volume

    MarketWatch – 8:30 AM ET 04/15/2015
  8. Alcatel-Lucent's U.S.-listed shares tumble 15% premarket after Nokia buyout deal

    MarketWatch – 8:08 AM ET 04/15/2015
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    'Highly risky' and 'trophy assets' -- analysts rain on Nokia-Alcatel's merger parade

    MarketWatch – 7:20 AM ET 04/15/2015

    After years of speculation, Nokia (NOK) confirmed Wednesday morning it's buying its French rival Alcatel for 15.6 billion euros to create one of the world's largest telecom-gear makers. What are the benefits and the hurdles ahead? Analysts say while there's definitely long-term potential, there are risks.

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    Nokia Agrees to Buy Alcatel-Lucent -- 2nd Update

    DJ Business News – 7:02 AM ET 04/15/2015

    PARIS-- Nokia Corp. (NOK) has sealed an agreement to buy rival telecommunications-equipment firm Alcatel-Lucent (ALU) in an all-stock deal that values the French company at EUR15.6 billion, the companies said Wednesday. The deal caps what the companies said were years of talks, beginning in the fall of 2013, based on the logic that Europe's two smaller network-gear makers would eventually need to team up to have the resources to compete globally against larger rivals including Sweden's...

  11. Alcatel-Lucent shares drop 12%, falling further during morning trade

    MarketWatch – 5:10 AM ET 04/15/2015
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    Who comes out better in Nokia-Alcatel deal?

    MarketWatch – 3:36 AM ET 04/15/2015

    Alcatel could be the big winner in a merger. LONDON-- After months of negotiations, Nokia (NOK) confirmed Wednesday morning it's buying French rival Alcatel-Lucent (ALU) for 15.6 billion euros to create the world's largest wireless-network equipment supplier. For Alcatel shareholders, a tie-up is almost a win-win, analysts said, while Nokia (NOK) stock owners could face a period of restructuring costs, scrapped dividends and diluted share prices.

  13. Nokia rises 4.2% after $16.6 billion deal to take over Alcatel-Lucent

    MarketWatch – 3:10 AM ET 04/15/2015
  14. Alcatel-Lucent shares fall 7.4% after $16.6 billion buyout by Nokia

    MarketWatch – 3:07 AM ET 04/15/2015
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    Nokia agrees to buy Alcatel-Lucent in $16.6 billion deal

    MarketWatch – 3:05 AM ET 04/15/2015

    PARIS-- Nokia Corp. (NOK) has sealed an agreement to buy rival telecommunications-equipment firm Alcatel-Lucent (ALU) in an all- stock deal that values the French company at EUR15.6 billion, the companies said Wednesday. The deal caps months of negotiations between the two firms, backed by the French government, and years of speculation that Europe's two smaller network-gear makers would eventually need to team up to have enough resources to compete globally against larger rivals...

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    Nokia Agrees to Buy Alcatel-Lucent

    DJ Business News – 2:45 AM ET 04/15/2015

    Soon after Rajeev Suri was named chief executive of Nokia Corp. (NOK) last year, he sat down with Alcatel-Lucent CEO Michel Combes to discuss the possible purchase of his French rival's wireless business, according to people familiar with the matter. Combes preferred another idea: selling the entire company. Combes's point of view won the day, when Nokia (NOK) agreed to buy out Alcatel-Lucent (ALU) in an all-stock deal that values the French firm at EUR15.6 billion.

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    Nokia Can't Cut Its Way to Success With Alcatel

    MarketWatch – 9:34 PM ET 04/14/2015

    To make any potential union work, Nokia (NOK) and Alcatel-Lucent (ALU) must go beyond wireless. The Finnish wireless equipment company said Tuesday it was in advanced talks to acquire French rival Alcatel, a marriage that has been years in the making. Nevertheless, Nokia (NOK) investors should question why combining two weaker parts of the wireless sector will result in a stronger whole.

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    Merger of Nokia With Alcatel-Lucent Could Put Pressure on Prices

    DJ Business News – 7:15 PM ET 04/14/2015

    LONDON--A marriage between Finland's Nokia Corp. (NOK) and French rival Alcatel-Lucent SA could create the world's largest telecommunications-equipment giant, at least by revenue, while shrinking the number of global telecoms suppliers and strengthening an important vendor for U.S. carriers. Still, analysts said that despite a highly concentrated market for telecom gear, suppliers haven't been able to flex muscle over pricing-power lately. And a combined Nokia (NOK) and Alcatel...

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    French Government Welcomes Nokia-Alcatel Deal

    DJ Business News – 1:51 PM ET 04/14/2015

    PARIS--The French government, which has long played spoiler to some of Europe's biggest corporate deals, is rolling out the welcome mat for Nokia Corp.' s proposal to buy Alcatel-Lucent SA. The warm reception is a sign of how badly Alcatel, besieged by Asian and European rivals, needs a stronger partner to survive, even one with a foreign passport. Within hours of the plans being made public, French President Fran├žois Hollande was meeting with the chief executives of both...

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    Europe stocks slip after five-session streak; Alcatel-Lucent climbs

    MarketWatch – 12:23 PM ET 04/14/2015

    IMF raises euro zone growth outlook. LONDON-- European stocks dropped Tuesday, overtaken by worries about Greece's persistent debt troubles, but shares of Alcatel-Lucent SA were able to shine as the French telecommunications-equipment company discusses a possible buyout by Nokia Corp. (NOK). After a tentative start, the Stoxx Europe 600 closed down by 0.5% at 411.70, with only the basic materials and oil and gas groups advancing.

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