By Jorn Poltz MUNICH (Reuters) - Austrian sensor maker AMS will go ahead with a takeover bid for Osram that values the German lighting group at 4.3 billion euros ($4.8 billion), it said on Wednesday, setting the stage for a potential bidding war. Osram said it had waived an agreement that so far has prevented AMS from making a bid to rival that of private equity investors Bain Capital and Carlyle , confirming an earlier Reuters story that had pushed Osram shares to a five-month high.
* Osram shares at five month-high (Recasts with official confirmation from Osram, AMS): MUNICH (Reuters) - Austrian sensor maker AMS (AMS.VI) will go ahead with a takeover bid for Osram (OSRn.DE) that values the German lighting group at 4.3 billion euros ($4.8 billion), it said on Wednesday, setting the stage for a potential bidding war. Osram said it had waived an agreement that so far has prevented AMS from making a bid to rival that of private equity investors Bain Capital and Carlyle (CG.O), confirming an earlier Reuters story that had pushed Osram shares to a five-month high.
Arbor Announces The Appointment Of Danny Van Der Reis To Executive Vice President, Structured Asset Management
UNIONDALE, N.Y., Aug. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Arbor Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE:ABR), a real estate investment trust and national direct lender specializing in loan origination and servicing for multifamily, single-family rental (SFR) portfolios, seniors housing, healthcare and other diverse commercial real estate assets, is pleased to announce the appointment of Danny van der Reis as Executive Vice President, Structured Asset Management. Mr. van der Reis will be responsible for managing the structured asset management department and loan restructurings for all of Arbor's balance sheet loans and strategically developing and expanding the company's special servicing function.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday issued new guidance that aims to clarify how investors and advisory firms that cast ballots on their behalf should vote in corporate elections on issues like pay and diversity.
(Reuters) - Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass told CNBC on Tuesday that he sees a "shallow recession" potentially in 2020, also adding that he thinks U.S. interest rates will follow the global interest rates all the way down to zero. "We're the only country that has an integer in front of our bond yields. We have 90% of the world's investment-grade debt. We actually have rule of law and we have a decent economy. All the money is going to come here," Bass, founder and chief investment officer at Hayman Capital Management, said in the interview cnb.cx/2ZeVfcr.
Case revolved around the company's revoked mining license for a past-producing rare earth mine, which the junior acquired in 2009, as well as the rights to a nearby property.
Malvern, Pennsylvania-based VenatoRx, a pharmaceutical company focused on developing novel anti-infectives to treat multi-drug-resistant bacterial infections and hard-to-treat viral infections, has expanded its [...]
The 2018-built industrial asset contains more than 900,000 square feet of Class A space. : A joint venture between Lincoln Property Co. and Goldman Sachs has sold Lincoln Logistics 40, a 901,700-square-foot Class A industrial building outside of Phoenix, to Nike in a $69.8 million all-cash transaction, according to Yardi Matrix. The sports apparel giant plans to manufacture products in the space, which will employ some 500 employees according to BREW. Lincoln Logistics 40 broke ground in December 2017, shortly after Lincoln Property Co. purchased the 50-acre development site from EJM Development Co.
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