Mergers & Acquisitions
Sept 22 - The following corporate finance-related stories were reported by media:
Sept 22 - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Sept 22 - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
(Adds Dixons Carphone also in talks for some Phones 4u stores)
LONDON, Sept 21 - British newspapers reported the following business stories on Sunday. Reuters has not independently verified these media reports and does not vouch for their accuracy.
LONDON, Sept 21 - EE, Britain biggest mobile operator, is in talks to take over more than 60 stores from Phones 4U, which fell into administration on Monday, the Sunday Times reported, without citing sources.
GENEVA, Sept 21 - Swiss private bank Julius Baer is interested in acquiring Coutts International, a unit of Royal Bank of Scotland, but will not get into a bidding war for the venerable British bank's overseas arm, a Swiss paper reported on Sunday.
LONDON, Sept 19 - Phones 4U's administrators PwC said Vodafone UK had agreed to take on 140 of its stores on Friday, saving 887 jobs, while a further 628 staff will be made redundant.
* Shares drop 3.7 pct (Adds more detail, background, updates shares)
* Dutch Competition Authority has come to conclusion that proposed transaction requires further investigation
- Finance: EMC explores merger, holds talks with Dell, HP - WSJ
- Technology: REFILE-INDIA PRESS-Yahoo buys tech startup Bookpad for 500 mln rupees - Economic Times
- Healthcare: UPDATE 1-Market Chatter-Corporate finance press digest - Sept 18
- Consumer: Rivals dash to support Apple Pay for fear of losing out
- Energy: WRAPUP 2-Siemens in agreed $7.6 bln deal to buy Dresser-Rand
- Industrials: BRIEF-Siemens says to buy Dresser-Rand for $7.6 bln
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