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  • Goldman Made Loan to Espírito Santo Shortly Before Bank Collapse
    As Portuguese lender Banco Espírito Santo neared collapse this summer, it found a Wall Street ally to help it raise badly needed funds: Goldman Sachs Group.

  • Iliad Weighs New T-Mobile US Bid
    French telecom company Iliad said it is in talks with several potential partners to file a new bid for control of U.S. operator T-Mobile US.

  • Coal Miners See Signs of Recovery
    After two years of oversupply that has battered coal prices and strained mining towns, some of the world's big miners are signaling that the worst may be over.

  • Nike Keeps NBA Star Durant
    Nike has resigned Kevin Durant, NBA's reigning most valuable player, to a shoe contract potentially worth $350 million, fending off rival Under Armour.

  • Russia May Let China Have Share in Siberian Energy Project
    Russia President Vladimir Putin said the Kremlin may let China have a share in one of the largest Siberian energy projects, the Vankor oil and gas field.

  • China Gives Microsoft Deadline
    China has given Microsoft 20 days to provide a written explanation of what was described as problems with compatibility and bundling, adding pressure on the company amid an antitrust investigation.

  • Ruble Sinks Against the Dollar
    The Russian ruble hit a fresh record low against the dollar, burdened by continued fighting in Ukraine over the weekend.

  • Spain Launches 50-Year Bond
    The Spanish government launched its long-awaited 50-year bond, stretching the maturity of the country's debt into new territory.

  • Samsung Makes Restructuring Move
    In the latest restructuring move among Samsung Group companies, the shipbuilding and engineering businesses of South Korea's largest conglomerate said they will merge.

  • Heineken Sells Mexican Can Maker to Crown
    Heineken has sold its Mexican packaging business to Crown Holdings for $1.23 billion in cash, allowing the Dutch brewer to tighten its focus on beer and the U.S. group to entrench its beverage-can business in North America.

  • Barclays Scales Back in Spain
    Barclays has agreed to sell its retail banking division in Spain to Caixabank as the British bank scales back its presence in less-profitable markets.

  • Toyota Affiliate Builds Hydrogen Refueling Station
    A Toyota affiliate started construction on its first commercial hydrogen refueling station, in an effort to support the car maker's planned introduction of a hydrogen-powered fuel-cell car next year.


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