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Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp (NTT.N)

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NTT Docomo completes 176.9 mln shares' buy-back
Wednesday, 28 Dec 2016 01:07am EST 

NTT Docomo Inc <9437.T> :Says it completes repurchase 176.9 million shares for totaling 457.09 billion yen as of Dec. 28, as result of shares buy-back plan disclosed on Jan. 29.  Full Article

Furukawa Electric to spin-off business to set up new JVs with NTT Electronics Corporation
Thursday, 22 Dec 2016 01:30am EST 

Furukawa Electric Co Ltd <5801.T> :Says it reached an agreement with NTT Electronics Corporation to spin-off business to establish two manufacturing JVs for planar lightwave circuits and optical semiconductors, effective on April 3, 2017.  Full Article

NTT Docomo buys 7.0 mln shares back in November
Wednesday, 7 Dec 2016 01:00am EST 

NTT Docomo Inc <9437.T> : Says it bought 7.0 million shares back at about 17.56 billion yen in November . Says this was part of the share repurchase plan announced on Jan. 29 .Says it repurchased 170.2 million shares for 439.34 billion yen in total as of Nov. 30.  Full Article

Sharp to repurchase Tanabe building owned by Nippon Telegraph & Telephone - Nikkei
Thursday, 25 Aug 2016 01:02pm EDT 

Nikkei:Sharp is moving to repurchase the Tanabe building, now owned by a real estate unit of Nippon Telegraph & Telephone - Nikkei.  Full Article

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone completes 59 mln shares repurchase
Monday, 13 Jun 2016 08:20pm EDT 

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp <9432.T> :Says it completes repurchase of 59 million shares of its common stock, for about 267.4 million yen, from May 13 to June 14.  Full Article

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone to repurchase shares
Friday, 13 May 2016 02:10am EDT 

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp <9432.T> : Says it plans to repurchase up to up to 68 million shares, representing 3.24 pct of outstanding for up to 350 billion yen in total .Says repurchase period from May 16 to March 31, 2017.  Full Article

NTT announces $3.2 bln stock buyback plan
Friday, 13 May 2016 02:08am EDT 

Nippon Telegraph And Telephone Corp <9432.T>:NTT says to buy back up to 3.24 percent of own shares worth 350 billion yen ($3.2 billion).  Full Article

NTT subsidiary to fully acquire NJK Corp through takeover bid for 4,553,819,325 yen in all
Tuesday, 10 May 2016 02:48am EDT 

NTT <9432.T>: Says its subsidiary, NTT Data <9613.T> will offer a takeover bid for 6,746,399 shares (or no less than 2,140,300 shares) of NJK Corp <9748.T> . Offering purchase price at 675 yen per share, or 4,553,819,325 yen in all . Offering period from May 11 to July 7 . Settlement starts on July 14 . NTT Data will hold 100 percentage stake (138,182 voting rights) in NJK, up from 51.18 percentage (70,719 voting rights) .NJK will be delisted from the second section of Tokyo Stock Exchange.  Full Article

Nippon Telegraph And Telephone's unit NTT DATA to fully acquire three firms from Dell Inc
Monday, 28 Mar 2016 05:00am EDT 

NTT DATA CORP:Nippon Telegraph And Telephone's unit NTT DATA to acquire 1,000 shares (100 pct stake) in Dell Systems Corporation from Dell Inc.NTT DATA to acquire 44,400 shares (100 pct stake) in Dell Technology & Solutions Limited from Dell Inc.NTT DATA to acquire 2,000,000 shares (100 pct stake) in Dell Services Pte. Ltd. from Dell Inc.Equity acquisition amount (advisory expenses is not included) is $3,055 million.Effective date to be determined.  Full Article

Nippon Telegraph And Telephone raises year-end dividend forecast to 60 yen per share for FY 2016
Friday, 5 Feb 2016 01:00am EST 

Nippon Telegraph And Telephone Corp:Raises year-end dividend forecast to 60 yen per share, from 50 yen per share, for the fiscal year ending March 2016.  Full Article


Government to name underwriters for further Japan Post share sale

TOKYO Japan's government has started arranging a further sale of shares in Japan Post Holdings Co , it said on Monday, laying the groundwork to add to its biggest privatization in nearly 30 years.