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Friday, November 1, 2013

Openview puts $12m into Irish cloud firm Fieldaware

John Mulligan – 02 November 2013 US VENTURE capital outfit Openview has invested $12m (€8.8m) in Irish cloud software services firm Fieldaware. Also in this section Hats off to Ulster Bank chief No room for niceties as AJ quotes greats to good effect Saved Ulster Bank now set to focus on slashing costs '; if(typeof(google_ads[i].line3) != ... .

Full story: Independent.ie

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Courtesy: Financial Chronicle


State-owned life insurer LIC has shored up its stake in Infosys to 4.81 per cent, purchasing shares worth over Rs 300 crore in the January-March quarter. This is the fourth consecutive quarter of share purchase by LIC in the software services firm. Life Insurance Corporation of India is the biggest institutional investor ... more...


Courtesy: The Hindu


This is the fourth consecutive quarter of share purchase by LIC in the software services firm. ... more...


Courtesy: Business Standard


This is the fourth consecutive quarter of share purchase by LIC in the software services firm ... more...


Courtesy: Market Wire


WALL, NJ--(Marketwired - Apr 17, 2015) - BIO-key International, Inc. (OTCQB: BKYI), a leader in fingerprint biometric identification technologies and secure device-to-cloud mobile credentialing and identity verification solutions, announced that an international retail and commercial financial services firm has selected BIO-key to provide the fingerprint biometric matching for their customer and ... more...


Courtesy: Proactive Investors


Intercept Energy Services (CVE:IES), a junior North American oil field service firm, acquired 640energy Inc. for $650,000. Intercept purchased all of the issued and outstanding shares of 640energy, effective April 1, 2015, from arm's length third parties pursuant to a share purchase agreement, the Vancouver, British Columbia-based company said in a ... more...


Courtesy: The Street


NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Lots of chief executives have left their perch only to come back and retake their old thrones. Starbucks' Howard Schultz did it, so did Charles "Chuck" Schwab of the financial services firm of the same name Charles Schwab Corp. . J.C. Penney's Myron "Mike Ullman" returned ... more...


Courtesy: The Wall Street Journal


Shell’s tie-up with BG Group provided several ominous signs for oil-field services companies. Consolidation among their customers may prompt services firms to consider more deals of their own. ... more...


Courtesy: Money Control


Indian IT services firms like TCS, Infosys and HCL Technologies are already feeling the heat of cross-currency fluctuations. ... more...


Courtesy: Reuters


MUMBAI (Reuters) - The founder of Satyam Computer Services, once India's fourth-largest software services firm, was sentenced to seven years in prison after being found guilty in an accounting fraud case that ranks as the country's biggest. A court in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad, where Satyam was based, on Thursday pronounced Ramalinga Raju, a management graduate from Ohio University ... more...


Courtesy: Media Corp News


Property services firm CBRE estimates that the vacancy rate in business parks fell to 10.4 per cent in the first quarter of 2015. ... more...


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