TORONTO, April 24 - Canadian Industry Minister James Moore said on Thursday he plans to announce a decision soon on whether or not to approve Telus Corp's C$350 million ($317.42 million) bid for Mobilicity.
LONDON, April 24 - London's landmark Gherkin office tower has been placed into receivership by its creditors, accountancy firm and joint receivers Deloitte said on Thursday, paving the way for a possible partial sale of the skyscraper.
LONDON, April 24 - London's landmark Gherkin office tower has been placed into receivership by its creditors, Deloitte, the accountancy firm said on Thursday, paving the way for a sale of the skyscraper.
TOKYO, April 24 - Tokyo District Court ordered liquidation to begin at failed bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox, the company said on Thursday, after the bankruptcy administrator said on April 16 that it would be difficult to rehabilitate the firm.
April 24 - The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
CHICAGO, April 23 - Detroit's future once it exits the biggest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history will depend on oversight, the city's chief financial officer said on Wednesday.
FRANKFURT, April 23 - The small German airport of Luebeck, near Hamburg, has filed for insolvency and a local court has appointed a preliminary administrator, German media reported on Wednesday.
April 23 - The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
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- M&A: France worried about potential 'loss' of Alstom - minister
- IPOs: UPDATE 1-UK asset manager Marshall Wace makes U.S. acquisition
- Private Capital: Shares in Italy's Cobra up 7 pct following bid report
- Hedge Funds: Apocalypse Now? China 'bears' hope for their "told you so" moment
- Regulatory News: Greece's Alpha says looking into acquisition of Citi's local ops
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Any Americans believing that their country is being bought up by the Chinese might want to think again, according to the Vale Columbia Center on Sustainable International Investment.
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