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DeNA Co Ltd (2432.T)

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19 Jan 2018
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DeNA to merge with three units
Thursday, 21 Dec 2017 

Dec 21 (Reuters) - DeNA Co Ltd <2432.T> ::Says it plans to merge with its three wholly owned units, in which two are mainly engaged in Internet media business and one is research and development of passenger carrier business, effective on March 1, 2018.Says the three units will be dissolved after transaction .  Full Article

DeNA to merge with unit DeNA Games Osaka
Tuesday, 24 Oct 2017 

Oct 24 (Reuters) - DeNA Co Ltd <2432.T>:Says it will merge with wholly owned unit DeNA Games Osaka, effective Jan. 1, 2018 .Says the unit will be dissolved after merger .  Full Article

DeNA to sell online shopping business to KDDI after business restructuring
Thursday, 6 Oct 2016 

DeNA Co Ltd <2432.T>: Says it plans to set up new unit to take over its business of DeNA Shopping and its controlling subsidiary's business of au shopping mall . Says the co and the subsidiary to hold 50 percent stake in the new unit respectively after the establishment . Says it will sell the entire stake in the new unit to KDDI Corp <9433.T> on Dec. 28, for 6.3 billion yen in total .Says the co and the subsidiary to get 3.15 billion yen respectively.  Full Article

DeNA issues consolidated full-year outlook and year-end dividend forecast for FY 2016
Friday, 5 Feb 2016 

DeNA Co Ltd:Says it issued the consolidated full-year outlook under IFRS for revenue at 143,700 million yen for the FY ending March 2016.Operating profit of 19,900 million yen.Net profit of 11,800 million yen.Says earning per share outlook at 82.27 yen.Says year-end dividend forecast is 20 yen per share for FY ending March 2016.  Full Article

EXCLUSIVE-Renault-Nissan sets up $200 mln fund to tap startups - sources

PARIS, Jan 5 The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance is pooling $200 million in a new mobility tech fund, three sources said, in the latest move by major carmakers to adapt to rapid industry change by investing in startups through their own venture capital arms.