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March 28, 2014
07:52 EDTORAN, SLB, SNYWestern companies may seek return to Iran as sanctions ease, WSJ says
Temporary sanctions relief hasn't yet translated into an economic turnaround in Iran, but a steady flow of executives in recent weeks signals that some companies that previously did business there, such as Schlumberger (SLB), Sanofi (SNY), and Orange (ORAN), may be interested in exploring a return, according to The Wall Street Journal. Reference Link
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June 30, 2015
12:45 EDTORANVivendi finalizes acquisition of Dailymotion
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07:45 EDTORANEU agrees to enact 'net neutrality' law, WSJ reports
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June 26, 2015
07:31 EDTSLBOneSubsea awarded contract for supply of subsea trees for Shah Denix Two
OneSubsea, a Cameron (CAM) and Schlumberger (SLB) company, has been awarded a contract totaling more than $60M for the Shah Deniz Two development, operated by BP, offshore Azerbaijan. OneSubsea was awarded the initial contract for subsea trees for Shah Deniz Two in 2013. The scope of the new contract includes the supply of the second of three planned batches of subsea production trees and ancillaries. Deliveries are expected to commence 2016.
June 25, 2015
14:03 EDTSNYSanofi initiated with a Buy at HSBC
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June 24, 2015
07:19 EDTSLBU.K. panel to decide on first fracking in area since 2011, WSJ reports
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June 21, 2015
14:59 EDTORANAltice offers $11.4B for Bouygues Telecom, WSJ says
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June 17, 2015
19:12 EDTORANAnalyst asked to only look at benefits of BT-EE merger, Daily Mail says
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16:22 EDTORANBT, EE CEOs say proposed merger will create 'continued investment' for U.K.
BT Group (BT) issued a press release saying that its proposed acquisition of EE -- a joint venture between Deutsche Telekom (DTEGY) and Orange (ORAN) -- will create a "true U.K. digital champion... who is both willing and able to invest in ultrafast broadband and 5G," according to BT CEO Gavin Patterson. EE CEO Olaf Swantee also added commentary on the deal, saying it "would result in continued investment" for Britain. Patterson remarked that "other companies operating in the U.K. would be able to benefit and compete through highly regulated, equal access to Openreach’s network, and wholesale access to the EE mobile network." Openreach is a division of BT. "The deal would provide customers with greater choice and value as the integrated company would be in a better position to offer bundled services," added Patterson.

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