China Unicom: Telefonica To Sell Shares, Not A Statement Against Unicom Spanish telecom giant Telefonica (TEF) is seeking to sell its 2.5% stake in China Unicom (0762.HK/CHU) for up to $865 million, The Wall Street Journal reported. Telefonica is selling its China Unicom shares for 11.14 Hong Kong dollars to 11.34 each, a 1.2 ... 11/10/2014 - 7:41 am | View Link
Telefónica to sell China Unicom stake Spain’s Telefónica is reportedly looking to sell a stake in China Unicom, and expects to raise $859-$875 million from the sale. According to a term sheet seen by Reuters today, Telefónica – which holds 1.19 billion China Unicom shares – is offering ... 11/9/2014 - 11:00 am | View Link
Telefonica Awakens to Debt Concern With Unicom Stake Sale Telefonica SA’s decision to sell half of its stake in China Unicom (Hong Kong) Ltd., paring its seven-year venture into one of the fastest-growing wireless markets, shows the burden of debt on the Spanish operator. The sale of 1.07 billion China Unicom ... 06/11/2012 - 12:58 pm | View Link
Telefonica To Sell Shares Of China Unicom For $1.4B Telefonica SA (NYSE: TEF), Europe's largest telecommunications operator by revenue, will sell part of its stake in China Unicom (NYSE: CHU) for $1.4 billion to reduce debt as the eurozone debt crisis stresses Europe's economy and corporations based there. 06/10/2012 - 11:37 pm | View Link
Telefonica Plans Unicom Sale, Reduces China Presence China Unicom said in an announcement today that its second-largest shareholder, Telefonica, plans to sell more than a billion shares of the company's stock back to the Chinese carrier's parent company. The move comes just 17 months after the two companies ... 06/10/2012 - 9:26 pm | View Link
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Cam Newton lay motionless, a rag doll tossed to the ground.
The reigning NFL MVP tried to get up, but his body failed him. All Newton could do was roll over and clutch his helmet.
It was the NFL season opener in early September, and the Denver Broncos defense had just bashed Newton in the head again, one of many helmet-to-helmet hits on the Carolina Panthers' quarterback that night.
Jesse Itzler felt he was in a rut. So he asked Navy SEAL David Goggins to live with him for 31 days, during which Jesse would do anything David told him to do.
Jesse would later write "Living With A Seal" documenting the grueling experience of getting whipped into shape by one of the toughest men on the planet.
AP Photo/Mary AltafferSen. Tim Kaine (D - Virginia) said he was looking skeptically AT&T's $85 billion purchase of Time Warner, which owns properties like CNN and HBO.
In an interview with NBC's Chuck Todd that aired on Sunday, Hillary Clinton's running mate said that he agreed with Sen. Al Franken's concerns that the merger may lead to "higher costs, fewer choices, and even worse service for consumers."
"I share those concerns and questions," We've got to get to the bottom of them," Kaine said.
David McNew/Getty ImagesWalmart is becoming a better place to shop because it started paying employees more.
For many years, the company was plagued by widespread complaints about poor customer service at its stores.
That was until last year when Walmart, under pressure from investors following several quarters of same-store sales declines, decided to invest billions of dollars in wage increases and training for workers.
Specifically, Walmart committed to investing $2.7 billion over two years in higher wages, scheduling improvements, and employee training, following in the footsteps of companies like Costco.
Walmart's efforts so far have translated into a pay raise of about 16% to $13.69 per hour for non-managerial full-time employees, The New York Times reports.
In the meantime, widespread issues in Walmart stores such as empty shelves and cleanliness have significantly improved.
Three out of four Walmart stores now meet the company's own customer service standards, according to the Times.
Networking events give you limited time to meet people. Here's how to (gracefully) avoid letting someone monopolize your time.
Networking events give you limited time to meet people. Here's how to (gracefully) avoid letting someone monopolize your time. Does this sound familiar? You're at a networking event with the sole purpose of meeting as many people as possible, when boom!