South African wireless operator Vodacom had laid out plans to increase its investments through increased pace of network upgrades according to its Chief Executive Officer Shameer Joosub.
With the IPO of microblogging service Twitter recently concluded, the 3% shareholdings of Kingdom Holding initially worth USD300 million in 2011 is now worth USD900 million.
GTS Central Europe would provide expanded services through landline infrastructure to its purchaser Deutsche Telekom.
Dexus would be managing one fourth of commercial buildings in Sydney upon the takeover by CCPIB of the office trust held by the Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
Nigeria-based Henshaw Capital Partners Founder and Chief Executive Officer Barbara James said Nigeria could build a USD 20 billion private equity industry by 2020.
Dubai would be host to Eman Mansour's latest investment banking endeavor.
Law firm Slater & Gordon Ltd said it would make more acquisitions in the UK using funds raised through share sale this year.
Extreme athletics showcase Nitro Circus announced it would become one with the touring company that helped produce its live programs.
Germany's coalition government formalized a measure to provide funds and expertise for a European bank to manage the loan agreements and if necessitated, closure of banks.
Since the Facebook bungle, Nasdaq had been hard pressed to recover to list more tech IPO stocks in its fold.
Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, in a press conference, discussed the construction of a cancer and surgical cleft center in his state with the help of private entities.
EC Harris and Mace would form a joint venture to manage the construction of Kingdom Tower.
Retail giant Lulu Hypermarkets, under the leadership Yussuffali MA is expanding to Asia, North Africa and Middle East.
Crestview Partners started its fundraising efforts for USD3 billion for its third middle market fund.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported on Friday.