According to a statement from the Pentagon, General Dynamics Corp has been awarded a $732 million U.S. defense contract for sustainment of the Mobile User Objective System ground system, which is a narrowband military satellite communications system.
The potential deal values Tiffany at about $120 per share as against its Friday’s closing price of $98.55. According to sources familiar with the matter at hand, LVMH, the owner of Louis Vuitton, has offered to acquire Tiffany & Co,… Read More ›
60% of Unilever’s turnover come from emerging markets. Citing soft demand in two of its growth markets, China and India, consumer goods giant Unilever said its third quarter sales were weaker than expected, Emerging markets account for 60% of its… Read More ›
U.S. construction and engineering firm AECOM close to selling its management services business to a consortium of private equity firms
Earlier this year, activist investor Starboard Value had urged the company to consider a strategic review of its assets. As per a report from Bloomberg, U.S. construction and engineering firm AECOM is said to be nearing a $2.4 billion deal… Read More ›
Moscow aims to trim its exposure from to U.S. sanctions. On Sunday, in a significant development, Russian Economy Minister Maxim Oreshkin stated, Moscow is exploring alternatives to the U.S. dollar for energy transactions and is evaluating currency settlements in euros… Read More ›
It is important to note that concessions made by China are largely insignificant and non-systemic. U.S. demands that it stops the forcible transfer of U.S. technology to Chinese firms, stop industrial espionage, stop non-compliance of U.S. intellectual property rights, have… Read More ›
Despite apprehensions of a corrections in venture capital funding, data from PitchBook Data Inc and National Venture Capital Association point to a bonanza year. According to a report that was released on Wednesday, U.S. venture capitalists are likely to sink… Read More ›
U.S. Commerce Department places Hikvision and other Chinese companies and public security bureaus on trade blacklist
The move will significantly impact the operations and earnings of dozens of Chinese companies including Megvii Technology Ltd, SenseTime Group Ltd and Chinese public security bureaus and sets the tone for U.S.-China trade negotiations.
The SEC had found Juniper Networks Inc to be non-compliant with provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission stated, it has fined and settled with Juniper Networks Inc, a sum more than $11.7… Read More ›