Liberty Global has entered the bidding for Kabel Deutschland, the Financial Times reported. The media group, controlled by John Malone, has put in a potential offer that would top a price tabled by Vodafone last week and value Germany's largest cable operator at about 7.5bn euros. People familiar with the talks told the newspaper that Liberty Global made an indicative offer to KDG at about 85 euros per share. [Yesterday 06:48]
Falling commodity prices and rising government bond yields resulted in a sell-off on Tuesday morning, as the recent volatility on equity markets continued, sending the FTSE 100 to a seven-week low. [11 Jun '13]
The Guardian says that tech giant Apple has been accused of securing preferential terms from mobile operators wanting to offer the iPhone in an attempt to squeeze out competition from rival brands, according to one of the company's former senior executives. [7 Jun '13]
Cuts to global growth forecasts and rising unemployment in economic powerhouse Germany sparked a sell-off on financial markets on Wednesday, as stocks pulled back following the impressive surge the day before. [29 May '13]
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