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Date: 2012-10-16
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Exclusive: Renault-Nissan to lift savings, revamp alliance
US-RENAULT-NISSAN-ALLIANCE:Exclusive: Renault-Nissan to lift savings, revamp alliance
By Laurence Frost and Gilles Guillaume

PARIS (Reuters) - Renault <RENA.PA> and Nissan <7201.T> will pool more operations and seek a more stable structure for their carmaking alliance, sources said, to compete with Volkswagen on scale and prepare for Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn...


How to play it: Where are earnings surprises?
US-EARNINGS-SURPRISES:How to play it: Where are earnings surprises?
By David Randall

NEW YORK (Reuters) - This is the quarter the music is supposed to stop.

The earnings of companies in the Standard and Poor's 500 index are expected to drop three percent to $24.93 per index share over the third quarter, according to the consensus ...


New phone app puts fans more in touch with favorite bands
US-UNTAPTV:New phone app puts fans more in touch with favorite bands
By Paul Sandle

LONDON (Reuters) - Your smartphone could be smarter than you when it comes to listening to live music, thanks to technology developed by London start-up UntapTV that uses sound codes to provide song lyrics, photos and offer products.

Terence Tow, who fo...


Japan's Softbank snaps up Sprint in $20 billion deal
US-SPRINT-SOFTBANK:Japan's Softbank snaps up Sprint in $20 billion deal
By Mari Saito and Tim Kelly and Nicola Leske

(Reuters) Japanese mobile operator Softbank Corp said it will buy about 70 percent of Sprint Nextel Corp, the third-largest U.S. carrier, for $20.1 billion - the most a Japanese firm has spent on an overseas acquisition.

Th...


Amazon in talks to buy Texas Instruments' mobile chip arm: paper
US-AMAZON-TEXASINS-CHIPS:Amazon in talks to buy Texas Instruments' mobile chip arm: paper
TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc, the world's largest Internet retailer, is in advanced talks to buy the mobile chip business of Texas Instruments, Israeli financial newspaper Calcalist reported on Monday.

If negotiations lead to an agreement, Amazon, which makes tablets and is expe...


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