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Applied Materials calls off $9.4B Tokyo Electron buyout
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) - Applied Materials has called off its $9.4 billion acquisition of Tokyo Electron Ltd. after hitting a regulatory roadblock.
Applied Materials, Tokyo Electron Cancel Merger Plan  Nasdaq
CommentApplied Materials puts a brave face on lost deal  Financial Times
Economic Times  
Fitch Downgrades Japan, Warns on Fiscal Policy
Fitch Ratings downgraded Japan's credit rating by one notch after the government failed to take steps in this fiscal year's budget to offset a delay in a sales tax increase, the agency said on Monday.
Fitch Downgrades Japan to 'A'; Outlook Stable  Reuters
Fitch Downgrades Japan's Credit Rating to 'A'  Nasdaq
Consumers win big as Comcast walks away from merger with Time Warner Cable
First it was net neutrality rules, now it's shooting down one of the biggest mergers ever, and consumer advocates believe they've spared mankind a major bullet by fighting Comcast and Time Warner Cable.
Charter plots renewed bid for TWC in wake of Comcast kibosh  TeleGeography
Merger Arbitrage Mondays - April 27, 2015  Seeking Alpha
China Telecom Helps Fortify Alibaba's $590 Million Bet On Smartphone Vendor ...
In spite of the disastrous Amazon Fire Phone, Alibaba still invested $590 million on China's 13th biggest smartphone vendor last February.
Alibaba Moves To Bring Smart Phones To Rural China
Alibaba Joins China Telecom in Selling Mobile Phones in Rural Areas, Urban ...  Yibada (English Edition)
This state's drivers pay twice as much for insurance
Insurance companies take a lot into account when they decide how much to charge you for car insurance. But no matter how great your driving record, expect to pay a lot more in Michigan.
How one fee schedule is complicating no-fault reform for Michigan
Michigan car insurance is priciest in the US  Lansing State Journal
Europe Stocks Advance After Weekly Gain as HSBC, Volkswagen Rise
European stocks were little changed, paring a drop, as Deutsche Bank AG fell and HSBC Holdings Plc gained. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index added less than 0.1 percent to 408.69 at 11:31 a.m.
Deutsche Bank shares fall on shake-up plan  BBC News
European stocks fall, with Deutsche Bank, Greece in focus  MarketWatch
Capgemini Agrees to Buy iGate, Merging Rivals Focused on Tech and Outsourcing
LONDON - Capgemini, the French technology and outsourcing company, agreed on Monday to buy its United States rival iGate in an all-cash deal worth $4 billion.
Cap Gemini to Buy Igate for $4 Billion to Challenge Accenture  Bloomberg
Chemistry between Capgemini-iGate instantaneous: A Vemuri
Crime scene revisited in 2014 deadly Cleveland shooting
Investigators revisited the crime scene where a Cleveland pre-teen was killed by police when he was playing with a toy gun in November 2014.
Ohio investigators revisit where officer fatally shot boy  Fox 28
BCI creates scene where Tamir Rice died  Daily Observer
Rajoy Raises Spanish GDP Forecast Pledging Year-End Vote
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy looked to stabilize his party and animate his supporters by raising his forecast for Spain's economic growth and pledging to see out his term and lead his party into the next election.
Spanish PM Rajoy upbeat on economy as election race heats up  Reuters Africa
Spain: PM says economy on track to grow 2.9 pct this year  Washington Post
What Does It Mean For Shareholders If HSBC Leaves The UK?
On Friday, HSBC gave a very clear hint that it might move its headquarters from London - presumably, but not necessarily, back to Hong Kong.
European Stocks Drop on Banks, Health Care, Greece Worries
Five Things Everyone Will Be Talking About Today  Bloomberg