Volkswagen: the scandal explained

On Sunday 20th of September, the world’ second largest carmaker Volkswagen admitted cheating diesel emissions tests in the US: indeed, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), several cars sold in America were equipped with software in diesel engines that could detect if tests on the implicated vehicles were being run, adjusting gas emission accordingly […]

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Hp Spinoff

In July 2015, the American Global Information Technology Company Hewlett-Packard, better known as HP, has released more details about its impending spinoff, announced on October 2014. The operation, that is expected to close by the end of the fiscal year 2015, will result in two publicly traded companies: Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), for the fast […]

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SABMiller Courted by AB InBev for the 2015 Biggest Merger

Anheuser-Busch InBev has announced its willingness to acquire the British-South African beer maker SABMiller. Then if the proposal was accepted by SABMiller, we would attend the biggest M&A deal of 2015. The operation has already been assessed as one of the five largest takeovers since 1980 in terms of deal volume. Indeed the combination would […]

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