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ON Semiconductor Corporation
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International Flavors and Fragrances is merging with DuPont's Nutrition and Biosciences unit in a $26.2 billion deal that would form a new company. The deal announced Sunday would give DuPont shareholders 55.4% of the new company's shares, while IFF shareholders will get 44.6%. When the deal closes, DuPont will get a $7.3 billion cash payment, the companies said in a statement.
Under terms of the agreement, DuPont shareholders will own 55.4% of the shares of the new company and existing IFF shareholders will own 44.6%, IFF said in a statement. Industrial materials maker DuPont will also receive a one-time cash payment of $7.3 billion upon closing of the deal, IFF added. Ireland's Kerry Group was also negotiating with DuPont for its nutrition unit, Bloomberg had previously reported.
International Flavors & Fragrances agreed on Sunday to buy DuPont’s nutrition and biosciences business for $26.2bn, the latest acquisition by the New York company as it seeks to become a major supplier to the consumer goods industry. The deal will create a giant in the flavourings and nutrients industry, providing ingredients for products from luxury perfumes to laundry detergent and vegan burgers. The combined company will have an enterprise value, which includes debt, of $45.4bn, with annual revenues of about $11bn.
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Tech spats between China and the US have encompassed smartphones and social media apps — and now the humble office keyboard. The new directive, nicknamed “3-5-2”, aims to increase China’s reliance on homemade technology and could deal a blow to foreign technology groups such as HP, Dell Technologies and Microsoft.
Amazon had a big week with government issues, a host of new deals and announcements at its annual conference and developments in India.
A Detroit power plant that was more than 100 years old was demolished Friday to accommodate a Jeep factory. Explosives were used to bring down the Conners Creek plant near the Detroit River on the city's east side. The plant, which belonged to DTE Energy, started in 1915 as a coal-fired operation but was later converted to natural gas.
Micron's (MU) first-quarter fiscal 2020 earnings are likely to have been hurt by low DRAM revenues amid the U.S.-China trade tussle. However, strong DRAM bit demand is likely to have been a breather.
CenturyLink (CTL), in collaboration with Intel, develops Wi-Fi 6 gateway to meet the increasing demand for premium home connectivity and provide faster connections with embedded security features.
U.S. chipmaker Nvidia has not offered any concessions to EU antitrust regulators examining its $6.8 billion bid for Mellanox Technologies, the European Commission website showed on Friday. The EU competition enforcer is scheduled to decide on Nvidia's biggest-ever acquisition by Dec. 19. Nvidia, known for its powerful gaming graphics chips, declined to comment.
The remote Orkney Islands off northeastern Scotland may seem an unlikely frontier for the future of connectivity, but alongside the Canary Wharf business district in London, they are one of just two testing grounds for a new technology that promises to streamline access to the internet. OpenRoaming, which has been developed by US network equipment maker Cisco, allows users to connect automatically to trusted WiFi providers without ever having to go through a login process, mirroring the kind of seamless connections that users take for granted as they move around mobile networks with their smartphones. Combined with the latest generation of wireless WiFi 6 tech and 5G phone coverage, the potential for superfast, uninterrupted internet access is huge.
“Projects like this only exist because there are carbon credits paying for them,” said Gerald Maradan, chief executive and co-founder of Paris-based EcoAct, which produces carbon offset credits and sells them to companies, including its newest high-profile customer, easyJet. The low-cost UK airline is one of a number of big corporate buyers that includes energy majors BP and Shell, British Airways, French luxury goods company Kering and US ride-sharing group Lyft, whose recent pledges to cut their net carbon emissions are fuelling a fresh boom in the relatively small offsetting market. for 7.5m tonnes of carbon dioxide that would cover one year’s worth of flights — a single trade equivalent to nearly 8 per cent of the entire global market for voluntary offsets last year.
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Syncrude is a joint venture, majority owned by Suncor Energy Inc, with minority stakes held by Imperial Oil Ltd and others. The facility planned to reduce December production by a total of 1.6 million barrels due to the operational problems, three market sources told Reuters last week.