- UPDATE 2-Seadrill seeks at least $1 bln capital lifeline as debt deal delayed again
OSLO, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Oslo-listed rig firm Seadrill
is looking to raise at least $1 billion in new capital
as talks to restructure its debt and liabilities worth $14
billion are taking longer...
- UPDATE 1-Canon unlikely to help Toshiba with investment in memory chip business
* Canon says needs to prioritise investment for its own
- Russia's Nordgold says considers delisting from London Stock Exchange
MOSCOW, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Russian gold miner Nordgold
said on Tuesday it was considering delisting its
global depositary receipts from the London Stock Exchange but
that no decision had been taken...
- BRIEF-Ipsen to acquire Primary Care Platform in Italy from Akkadeas Pharma
* Ipsen to acquire Primary Care Platform in Italy from
- BRIEF-Shell to sell package of UK North Sea assets to Chrysaor for up to $3.8 bln
* Shell to sell package of UK North Sea assets to Chrysaor
for up to $3.8bn
- GE Oil and Gas CEO sees offshore activity pick up in 2018-19
FLORENCE, Italy Jan 31 (Reuters) - Activity in offshore oil
and gas fields is expected to pick up in 2018 and 2019 as
companies revive investments after several years of low energy
- SoftBank considers investment of over $1 bln in WeWork - WSJ
Jan 30 (Reuters) - SoftBank Group Corp is
considering an investment of more than $1 billion in
office-space sharing start-up WeWork, the Wall Street Journal
reported, citing people familiar with the...
- UPDATE 4-Walgreens delays Rite Aid deal again, cuts offer price
Jan 30 (Reuters) - Drugstore chain Walgreens Boots Alliance
Inc said its deal to buy smaller rival Rite Aid Corp
would now take six months longer to close and also
reduced its offer price as it...
- ADM to sell crop insurance business to Validus Holdings
CHICAGO, Jan 30 (Reuters) - U.S. agricultural commodities
trader Archer Daniels Midland Co has agreed to sell its
Crop Risk Services (CRS) insurance business for $127.5 million
to Validus Holdings...
- Raymond James to roll out robo-adviser in 2017
NEW YORK, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Raymond James Financial
is rolling out a new digital platform with robo-adviser-like
technology this year, the St. Petersburg, Florida-based firm
said on Monday.