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Telekom Austria Wraps Up Cap Hike Raising 997 Million Euros - Yahoo Finance />

"(About) 25.5 million new shares were subscribed for at a price of 4.57 euros per new share by free float investors. Including the commitments of the core shareholders America Movil... and OIAG the total take-up will (visit site) be approximately 99.7 percent," the company said on Monday, referring to preliminary results of the subscription period ending on Monday. The remaining 0.3 percent of shares will be taken-up by Deutsche Bank and sold in the market, Telekom Austria said. Slim's America Movil holds a 59.7 stocks percent of Telekom Austria and OIAG 28.4 percent. Both had indicated they would take up their allotments. America Movil has said it wants to use Telekom Austria as a base for further expansion into central and eastern Europe, where Telekom Austria already has operations in six countries including Bulgaria and Croatia. The fresh capital aims to reduce debt and give the group firepower for acquisitions.

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Tennis - Azarenka, Ivanovic To Play In Brisbane International - Yahoo News

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View photo Ana Ivanovic of Serbia (L) shakes fitness hands with Victoria Azarenka of Belarus after their women's singles second round match at the Pan Pacific Open tennis tournament in Tokyo on September 17, 2014. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI (AFP Photo/KAZUHIRO NOGI) - Victoria Azarenka and Ana Ivanovic will play in the Brisbane International joining Maria Sharapova in fitness a strong field, organisers said on Sunday. Dual Australian Open champion Azarenka and 2008 French Open champion Ana Ivanovic confirmed their entry alongside five-time Grand Slam winner Sharapova and Australia's 2011 US Open title-holder Sam Stosur. Their entry takes the number of Grand Slam champions set to play in Brisbane in January to seven, with the four women's champions to be joined by 17-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer, two-time major winner Lleyton Hewitt and this year's US Open champion Marin Cilic. The Brisbane International will be held at Queensland Tennis Centre from January 4 to 11. AFP

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Asian Stock Markets Turn Higher, Yen Rises - Yahoo News

Preliminary results of a Chinese factory survey released Thursday showed manufacturing activity in the world's second-biggest economy fell to a six-month low in November. JAPAN: Prime Minister Shinzo Abe dissolved the lower house of Japan's parliament on Friday, forcing a snap election in an apparent bid to shore up support for his government so that he can pursue his policy goals. The election is portrayed as a referendum on his economic revitalization policies, known as Abenomics, and the postponement of the tax hike that had been planned for next October. The yen strengthened against the dollar after comments from Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso that the yen's decline was too rapid. Unprecedented expansion of the money supply by the BOJ has been weakening the yen. THE QUOTE: "While conditions in the U.S. look rosy, the same can't be said of the euro region, after a weak spate of PMI reports came out of Europe," said Desmond Chua, web site a market analyst at CMC Markets. He said investors could expect that the impending election in Japan to result in more support for its economy.

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Gordon's Return Gives Browns Different Look | Fox Sports

Hoyer wouldn't mind that. He called Gordon a ''freak athlete,'' saying Arizona cornerback Patrick Peterson is the only player in Gordon's class. ''The things he can do at his size are remarkable, so I'm glad he's on our team,'' he said. Pettine said Gordon reported being a ''a little sore'' following his first practice, which was held indoors as the Browns prepare to play in the Georgia Dome. There's a big difference between being in shape sites and being in football shape, which is why the Browns are trying to bring Gordon along slowly this week. The Browns increased Gordon's workload on Thursday and offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan came away impressed by how the 23-year-old looks despite the lengthy layoff. Gordon's route running was crisp and he's managed to stay up to speed with the details of Cleveland's offense despite not being on the field for a single play in 2014. ''You can tell he's been working while he's been away,'' Shanahan said.
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Nadella's Mantra For Microsoft: 'productivity.' Is That Counterproductive? - Businessweek

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In a number of cases, these tried-and-true Microsoft applications work better on iOS or Android than on Windows Phone. Microsoft is also in the midst of merging Skype with its corporate messaging service Lync to create a single Skype product thatshould you so choosecan unite personal and work contacts in one place. Other new products include GroupMe, a group messaging app that has become popular on college campuses, and Delve, an app that figures out subject matter experts within a company. At each turn, Microsoft is blending consumer and corporate technology. Its coming out with surprising, visit their website delightful apps that lean on its artificial intelligence technology. Its making software that is wholly independent of Windows.
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