UK's financial chiefs are concerned about impact of Brexit, postponing their key decisions on hiring and investments. The British industry and business segments are in wait and watch mode until referendum on Brexit in June 2016.
US tech giant Google may not be paying taxes to Britain, but according to its latest report, it is contributing a great deal to UK's economy through the digital revenue made by local businesses in that nation through the search engine.
Debt-ridden fishing firm Pescanova SA is weighing a buyout offer from a consortium led by US private equity firm KKR & Co. The KKR & Co consortium, which includes investment firm Ergon Capital Partners and existing shareholders Luxempart and Damm, offered to acquire Pescanova for an undisclosed sum.
New Zealand's dairy manufacturer Fonterra signed a deal to acquire troubled Tasmania-based company Tamar Valley Dairy.
The plan to bid for 900 Mhz band for telecommunications would be done and a business case is to be presented by Deloitte.
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