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Prosecutors Around The Globe Initiate Probe Over Tax Dodging Leaked Through Panama Papers

Following the leak of documents related to tax dodging by a Panamanian Firm, governments around the globe has initiated probe in this regard. Tax payers are righteous to know the state actions in unearthing the probable tax abating which has prompted the authorities to investigate. However, the leaked documents have provided an opportunity to earn penalty from the probable tax dodgers.

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SunEdison Planning For Bankruptcy Filing, Negotiating With Creditors For Related Financing

Besides suffering from acute cash crunch SunEdison has been facing scrutiny from regulators over failed Vivint deal and other issues. Huge debt burden has led the renewable energy giant to consider for seeking bankruptcy protection and is holding negotiations for related financing. The news has caused slashing share prices by around 50% during after hours trading on Friday.

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United Guaranty, Mortgage Insurer of AIG Files For IPO With NYSE

AIG has announced in January planning for spinning off its mortgage insurer unit United Guaranty, following pressure from the shareholders. Following the announcement, Standard & Poor’s, a credit rating agency has downgraded its rating with specific reasoning. The mortgage insurer of AIG has disclosed through a regulatory filing that it intends to go for an initial public offering.

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Valspar Stock Soars While Sherwin Williams’ Tumbles Following The Acquisition Deal

Sherwin Williams doesn’t claim to have vast track record in acquisition and possesses experience of getting blocked in deals by the antitrust authorities. Its recently announced acquisition deal has been questioned by the analysts centering accusations of over valuation. Following the announcement, Valspar stock has been witnessed to soar while that of Sherwin Williams to tumble during extended hours trading on Monday.

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JPMorgan Board Approves Repurchase of $1.88 Billion In Stock

JPMorgan board has announced the approval of $1.88 billion buy-backs in stock. The recent buy back decision follows its earlier precedence of repurchasing stock for $6.4 billion. The board has allowed flexibility in timeframe and quantity of purchased shares or even pulling out from the decision at company’s own discretion.

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Coherent To Acquire Rofin-Sinar Eyeing Global Dominance Over Laser and Photonics Technology

Coherent has announced acquiring Rofin-Sinar through a deal for $942 million. The deal is expected to close by the coming six to nine months. Through the acquisition, Coherent eyes to represent itself as a global leader in the area of laser and photonics technology.

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LivingSocial Cuts Jobs By 50% While Focusing On Card Linking Discount Business

LivingSocial, partly owned by Amazon, has represented itself as a foe in ecommerce business. Gautam Thakar, the new CEO has gone through a massive workforce reduction since his inception 18 months back. Beside job cuts, Thakar has transformed its business focus from daily deals to card linked discount business which is now being tested in three US cities and seems to be popular.

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Energy Independence and Global Warming Committee Hearing On Coal

World’s Largest Coal Miner Peabody’s Warning For Bankruptcy Doesn’t Indicate End of Coal Era

Series of bankruptcy decisions indicates the decaying market stake of coal industry and Peabody appears as the latest to file chapter 11 with the New York Stock Exchange. Many coal mining companies are still operating with profits. So warning of bankruptcy by the world’s largest private coal miner doesn’t indicate possible extinction of the coal industry.

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China’s State Backed CRR Corp. Unit Bags $1.3 Billion Chicago Rail Car Contract

Chicago Transport Authority has planned to replace 2,600 age old rail cars with 846 units of 7000-Series cars. CTA has awarded the $1.3 billion deal, the largest purchase in its history to a unit of CRR Corp. on Wednesday. Chinese companies have been awarded the second major deal following $567 million contract to supply trains for Boston’s subway system.

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Whole Foods Plans For Solar Systems In A Bid To Reduce Utility Expenses

Whole Foods has been witnessing tremendous pressure from rival super market chains offering specialty and organic foods at lower prices. Solar providers supply power at reduced prices compared to commercial power tariff. To cope up with the market competition, Whole Foods has reached agreement with SolarCity and NRG for installation of solar systems in its several outlets.

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Snapchat Projects For At Least Three Fold Revenue In 2016 Compared To Previous Year

Snapchat business is new, still evolving and advertiser interest is also experimental. But the app service provider has recorded revenue of $100 million during October last year. The company has set goal for up to $350 million revenue during the current year.

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Morgan Stanley Focuses on Asset Management, To Recruit 75 Advisers For Latin American Investors

Eroding revenue from bond trading and other core services, Morgan Stanley has changed its business focus towards asset management business. It has also focused on Latin America to procure investment in US businesses. To ensure the business hunting, the banking giant has planned for appointing 75 advisers for this region during this year.

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Michelin FY15 profit increases 19%

Michelin posted an increase of 19% in its earnings for the year 2015 helped by low raw material costs and its restructuring activities in Europe. The company also expects strong demand for its tires in 2016.

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