October 2004
Investment Dealers' Digest;10/11/2004, Vol. 70 Issue 39, p72
Trade Publication
The article presents information of status of business with special reference to acquisition and merging in business in the field of telecommunication as of 2004. Avnya agreed to buy Tenovis of Germany from KKR for $370 million in cash in a bid to expand its presence in Europe. Hutchison Whampoo lowered the price range for the spinoff of its emerging markets cellular offering by 8% following poor investor response.


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