Telefonica sells half its stake in China Unicom to slash its debt 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 ... 06/17/2012 - 2:14 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. 06/11/2012 - 3:14 am | View Link
Telefónica to sell half its stake in China Unicom Telefónica has agreed to sell close to half its stake in China Unicom to its parent group, China United Network, for €1.1bn as the heavily indebted Spanish group continues to bolster its balance sheet in a tough climate for telecoms operator in Europe. 06/11/2012 - 2:40 am | View Link
Telefonica to Sell Shares Back to China Unicom for $1.4 Billion Telefónica, the largest European telecommunications operator by revenue, has agreed to sell back a 4.56 percent stake in China Unicom, part of an effort by Telefónica to reduce debt as the European financial crisis continues to hurt earnings ... 06/10/2012 - 9:04 pm | View Link
China Unicom shares rally after Telefonica deal The bounce in China Unicom’s CHU HK:762 shares Monday is more than “sell the rumor, buy the fact.” In fact, it’s a thumping endorsement of a deal well executed. Telefonica S.A. TEF sold 4.56% of Unicom shares to the Chinese telecom’s unlisted ... 06/10/2012 - 8:09 pm | View Link
LONDON (Reuters) - The amount raised by U. S. stock market listings so far this year has risen 38 percent on the same period in 2012, Thomson Reuters data showed on Friday, making it the strongest year since 2000. This week's $2.4 billion initial public offering (IPO) by hotel operator Hilton Worldwide Holdings <HLT.
Google has launched Google Tips, a website with a smorgasbord of helpful tips and less-known features of various Google products
The site is a very simple affair, consisting of rows of cards with helpful tips, which range from setting up Gmail on your mobile phone to grabbing your customized birthday Doodle
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You can sort the tips by topic or by category such as "On the go," "At home" or "At the office" by clicking on the menu button in the upper left corner
Power users will likely be familiar with most of the included tips, but the site does contain a fair amount of obscure tricks, such as setting up an Android device to act as a pedometer Read more
A Green Bay utility is offering a number of holiday suggestions to help lower electric bills or benefit local charities.
Wisconsin Public Service says an easy way to save money is to switch from tradition holiday lights to LEDs.
North Dakota's top oil regulator says the state's booming oil production is a lot like a championship stock car race.
State Mineral Resources Director Lynn Helms told the Legislature's Government Finance Committee on Thursday that if the state's oil boom were the Daytona 500, only about 50 laps would be completed.
Helms says the state "hasn't even had a pit stop year and there are lots and lots of laps left and the car is running great.