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Business - Dell to use VMware to help pay for EMC deal: sources

Dell Inc is planning to use equity in cloud software company VMware Inc to help pay for its acquisition of EMC Corp in a deal valuing the data storage company at more than $55 billion, according to people familiar with the matter. While the bulk of its offer will be in cash, Dell also plans to pay EMC shareholders with `tracking stock` that follows the value of the 20 percent of VMware that EMC does not own, the people said on Friday. Dell, EMC and VMware did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Saturday, October 10, 2015  00:44


World - Turkey would welcome EU aid on migrants, but not a solution: minister

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey would welcome a financial contribution from the European Union to ease the strain of taking in more than 2 million migrants, but that would `not be a solution` to the crisis, Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci said on Tuesday. Zeybekci was speaking at a news conference at the conclusion of a meeting of trade ministers from the Group of 20 (G20) held in Istanbul. (Reporting by David Dolan and Can Sezer; Editing by Nick Tattersall)

Tuesday, October 06, 2015  15:40


World - Woman killed on busy Istanbul street in `suicide pact`: report

Istanbul (AFP) - A Turkish woman was killed and her male partner badly wounded in an apparent double suicide bid on Istanbul`s best known shopping street, reports said Saturday.

Saturday, October 03, 2015  12:52


Most Recent - The lost voices of 20th century`s first genocide return to Istanbul

Friday, October 02, 2015  16:54


World - Fenerbahce chairman acquitted of match-fixing in re-trial

ISTANBUL (AP) — A Turkish court has acquitted Fenerbahce`s chairman of charges of match-fixing and organized crime in a re-trial.

Friday, October 09, 2015  18:46


World - Pro-Kurdish party hopeful of PKK ceasefire as Turkish election nears

By Gulsen Solaker and Daren Butler ANKARA/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey`s pro-Kurdish opposition said on Thursday it hoped Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militants would announce a halt to hostilities soon to ease security concerns ahead of a Nov. 1 parliamentary election. The PKK`s three-decade conflict with the state has flared anew since July, when Turkey launched air strikes on militant camps in response to what it said were rising attacks on the security forces, ending a ceasefire declared in March 2013. Writing in the Kurdish Ozgur Gundem newspaper this week, senior PKK figure Bese Hozat hinted at a ceasefire as a way of bolstering the political chances of the pro-Kurdish Peoples` Democratic Party (HDP) in the upcoming election.

Thursday, October 08, 2015  15:50


World - Russian ministry: Turkey suggests joint working group over Syria operations

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Turkey`s defense ministry suggested to Russia on Tuesday that the two sides should consider creating a joint working group to coordinate actions related to Russia`s air strikes in Syria, a Russian Defence Ministry official said. Igor Konashenkov told Russian news agencies the Turkish ministry had made the suggestion to a Russian military official attached to the Russian embassy in Istanbul. (Reporting by Alexander Winning; editing by John Stonestreet)

Tuesday, October 06, 2015  20:27


World - 2016 Olympics: 27 Games in 27 images

The countdown to Rio 2016 is under way -- the 28th Olympic Games begin on August 5 next year. Here we take a look back at the previous 27.

Tuesday, October 06, 2015  19:51


World - Turkish court acquits journalist over corruption case tweet

A Turkish court on Tuesday acquitted a prominent female journalist of charges of `targeting a public servant` over a tweet suggesting a cover-up in a corruption scandal that shook the government. An Istanbul court acquitted Kabas on the basis that the tweet did not constitute a crime, the Hurriyet newspaper reported on its website Tuesday. `Do not forget the name of the prosecutor who dismissed the December 17 case,` Kabas had written on Twitter, including the name and the picture of the prosecutor.

Tuesday, October 06, 2015  11:46


World - Turkish court acquits journalist who suggested cover-up

ISTANBUL (AP) — A Turkish court has acquitted a former television presenter of charges of `targeting a public servant` for posting a tweet suggesting a cover-up in a government corruption scandal.

Tuesday, October 06, 2015  10:35

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