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Norway's Telenor CEO sees decision on 5G supplier in fourth quarter

16 Jul 2019

OSLO Telenor expects to decide on its supplier of 5G technology in the fourth quarter of 2019, its CEO told Reuters, despite having as yet no clarification from Norwegian authorities as to whether Huawei can be one of them.

Norway's Adevinta says new French digital tax may hit earnings

15 Jul 2019

OSLO Online advertising group Adevinta said the newly introduced digital tax in France lacked clarity but would likely hit the Norwegian company's earnings as it posted second-quarter earnings roughly in line with expectations.

Aker BP makes oil discovery off Norway

12 Jul 2019

OSLO Norwegian oil firm Aker BP has made an oil discovery off Norway which could strengthen its hand in negotiations with sometimes partner Equinor on how to develop fields.

UPDATE 2-Aker BP makes oil discovery off Norway

12 Jul 2019

* Q2 net income $62 mln vs $128 mln a year ago (Adds comment on Sverdrup field, share)

Norwegian Air CEO and co-founder Kjos announces his own departure

11 Jul 2019

OSLO Norwegian Air's Bjoern Kjos stepped down on Thursday as chief executive of the airline he co-founded and turned into Europe's third-biggest budget carrier by passenger numbers over more than 25 years. | Video

Norway's DNB bank sees growth in all areas as quarterly income in line

11 Jul 2019

OSLO Norway's DNB said it had seen growth in all business areas as the Nordic region's biggest bank by market value reported second-quarter results in line with expectations on Thursday.

Soviet sub that sank off Norway in 1989 still emitting radiation

10 Jul 2019

OSLO A Soviet nuclear submarine which sank off Norway in 1989 is still emitting radiation, researchers said on Wednesday following an expedition that used a remotely controlled vehicle for the first time.

Shares in Norwegian Air rise after IAG denies report of another offer

05 Jul 2019

OSLO/MADRID Shares in budget carrier Norwegian Air rose on Friday after British Airways and Iberia owner IAG denied a Spanish media report it was preparing another offer for the airline.

Hexagon CEO Rollen found not guilty of insider trading in appeals case

26 Jun 2019

OSLO The chief executive of Swedish industrial technology group Hexagon, Ola Rollen, was found not guilty of insider share trading, an Oslo appeals court said on Wednesday, upholding the verdict of a lower court.

Norway wealth fund allowed to invest again in Walmart, Rio Tinto, others

26 Jun 2019

OSLO Norway's $1 trillion (784 billion pounds) wealth fund can invest again in miner Rio Tinto and retailer Walmart after their exclusions from the fund's investments on ethical grounds were revoked, the board of the central bank said on Tuesday.

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