News: Koninklijke Philips NV (PHG.AS)

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Fri, Dec 19 2014

Philips to light up Madrid with thrifty LEDs

AMSTERDAM, Dec 19 - Philips will supply Madrid with 225,000 new lights, switching to an energy-efficient system that will cut the Spanish capital's lighting bill by more than 40 percent, the company said on Friday.

Philips expands in medical devices with $1.2 bln Volcano deal

AMSTERDAM - Philips has agreed to acquire U.S.-based medical device maker Volcano Corp for $1.2 billion including debt, its largest healthcare acquisition in seven years and a bid to cash in on an ageing population's need for more complex treatments.

Philips expands in medical devices with $1.2 billion Volcano deal

AMSTERDAM - Philips has agreed to acquire U.S.-based medical device maker Volcano Corp for $1.2 billion including debt, its largest healthcare acquisition in seven years and a bid to cash in on an aging population's need for more complex treatments.

UPDATE 2-Philips expands in medical devices with $1.2 bln Volcano deal

* Philips paying 57 percent premium over Volcano's Tuesday close

Philips to buy medical device maker Volcano for $1.2 bln including debt

Dec 17 - Philips will acquire Volcano Corp, a U.S.-based medical device maker, for $1.2 billion including debt, to expand in the image-guided therapy market.

Philips ends Nintendo motion-tracking patent dispute

AMSTERDAM - Dutch technology group Philips has resolved its patent dispute with Nintendo over the motion and gesture-tracking systems used in the Japanese company's gaming consoles.

Philips ends Nintendo motion-tracking patent dispute

AMSTERDAM - Dutch technology group Philips has resolved its patent dispute with Nintendo over the motion and gesture-tracking systems used in the Japanese company's gaming consoles.

Philips ends Nintendo motion-tracking patent dispute

AMSTERDAM, Dec 2 - Dutch technology group Philips has resolved its patent dispute with Nintendo over the motion and gesture-tracking systems used in the Japanese company's gaming consoles.

BRIEF-Philips and Nintendo resolve patent disputes

* Philips and Nintendo resolve patent disputes and sign patent license agreement

CORRECTED (OFFICIAL)-BlueBay to shut $1.4 bln macro fund as fund manager leaving

(BlueBay corrects spelling of name in paragraph one to Phillips from Philips)

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