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Date: 2013-06-04
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Insight: Corbat faces ghost of Weill's deals in Citi's machines
US-CITIGROUP-TECHNOLOGY-INSIGHT:Insight: Corbat faces ghost of Weill's deals in Citi's machines
By Dan Wilchins, David Henry and Nadia Damouni

(Reuters) - When Vikram Pandit was abruptly ousted as Citigroup Inc's <C.N> chief executive late last year, senior bank employees speculated for weeks about who would follow him out the door.

Chief Operating Off...


Lenovo says in initial talks on smartphone venture
US-LENOVO-TALKS:Lenovo says in initial talks on smartphone venture
HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's Lenovo Group Ltd, the world's No.2 PC maker by shipments, said on Tuesday it was in preliminary talks with an unidentified party on a potential smartphone business joint venture. It gave no further details.

Japanese media have reported that Lenovo, jus...


China's Lenovo says in talks on smartphone joint venture business
US-LENOVO-TALKS:China's Lenovo says in talks on smartphone joint venture business
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Chinese computer maker Lenovo Group Ltd said on Tuesday it was in preliminary talks with an unidentified party regarding a potential smartphone business joint venture, without providing further details.

Media reports on Tuesday said Lenovo, the world's No. 2 maker...


Turkish protesters accuse media of ignoring unrest
US-TURKEY-PROTESTS-MEDIA:Turkish protesters accuse media of ignoring unrest
By Parisa Hafezi

ANKARA (Reuters) - The orange broadcasting van lay on its side in the glare of an arc light on Istanbul's Taksim Square while protesters clambered over it. On its bonnet was scrawled government crony media for sale and on a side panel Where were you yesterday?

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Acer expects touch-screens on up to 80 percent of its products by 2015
US-ACER-TOUCH:Acer expects touch-screens on up to 80 percent of its products by 2015
By Clare Jim

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's Acer Inc <2353.TW> expects up to 80 percent of its products to use touch-screen technology by next year or the year after, hoping new tablets and touch-notebook computers will revive its sales in a PC market where quarterly shipments are a...


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