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Monday, January 8th, 2018 | bitcoin updates

ROUNDUP: Celgene and Novo Nordisk keep fusion merger going TUMMIT / BAGSVAERD – In the pharmaceutical industry, the merger carousel continues: In a billion dollar deal, the US pharmaceutical company Celgene grabs the cancer specialist Impact Biomedicines. Meanwhile, the Danish insulin producer Novo Nordisk is using a € 2.6 billion cash offer to buy the Belgian biotech company Ablynx (Ablynx NV) – but the takeover has so far declined. ROUNDUP: Lufthansa sets course for growth with thousands of new employees in 2018FRANKFURT / NEW YORK – Following the takeover of Air Berlin parts, Lufthansa wants to hire thousands of new employees this year. It should be a good 8,000 in all, especially flight attendants are sought, as the company announced on Monday. Meanwhile, the Group is expanding its flight offer strong. Chief Financial Officer Ulrik Svensson is also focusing on significantly higher expenditures for kerosene and wants to keep on cutting costs. The takeover of the Air Berlin subsidiary LGW with 30 aircraft is scheduled for this Monday on the stage.Daimler: Mercedes-Benz sales climb in December leichtSTUTTGART – The car and truck Bauer Daimler has in the last month of last year more Cars can sell. However, the pace of growth declined noticeably compared with the year as a whole. In December, the Mercedes-Benz Cars division sold 205 429 cars, 0.2 percent more than in the same period last year, as the Stuttgart announced on Monday. Looking at the year, however, thanks to the continued strong upturn in China, there is an increase of 8.8 percent to 2.42 million cars. This is the seventh consecutive record year in 2017, according to the company.Fins on the acquisition of Uniper shareholding just ahead of the targetESSEN – In the energy company Eon (EON SE), the sale of the billion stake in power plant operator Uniper on the finishing straight. Eon wants to give its share of about 47 percent for 3.8 billion euros to the Finnish company Fortum. Until Thursday (January 11), Eon must tender the shares to the Finns, otherwise threatening fines of at least 750 million euros. Therefore, it is almost certain that the Supervisory Board will finalize the deal, which was agreed months ago.CES / ROUNDUP: Car maker with former BMW managers challenges German manufacturersLAS VEGAS – A new car manufacturer based in China with a core team of ex-BMWs BMW (BMW) managers challenge the big German brands. The company Byton showed at the technology fair CES in Las Vegas for the first time a prototype of their electric SUV. "We see our competitors among the major German premium manufacturers Mercedes (Daimler), BMW and Audi," emphasized Byton CEO Carsten Breitfeld. A trademark of the car is a huge touchscreen in the cockpit, which is practically from Tr to Tr.Manager and VW continue to argue about bonusesHANNOVER – In litigation over bonus payments to a high-ranking VW (Volkswagen (VW) vz) managers negotiated the State Labor Court Hanover on Monday (11.45 am) on appeal. Both the Klger – former CEO of Volkswagen Group Trucks as well as Brand Board at Volkswagen (Volkswagen (VW) vz) Commercial Vehicles – and Volkswagen had appealed against the verdict of the Labor Court of Brunswick filed, said the State Labor Court. The manager was of the opinion that his various performance-related bonuses were not high enough, and he demanded that service contracts be considered ineffective. VW judged the bonus payments as correct.Dialog Semi exceeds its fourth-quarter revenue forecastLONDON – Chip developer Dialog Semiconductor benefited from strong semiconductor demand and purchases in the fourth quarter. Revenues increased from $ 365 million in the same period last year to $ 463 million, the company said on preliminary data on Monday. Thus, Dialog did slightly better than predicted at the end of November: The issued range had ranged from 415 to 455 million dollars. Without the effects of the takeover of the US chip supplier Silego in early November, sales increased by 24 percent, it says.Wind plant builder Vestas expects significantly more cash flow thanks to ordersAARHUS – The wind turbine manufacturer Vestas (Vestas Wind Systems AS) is expecting a strong order intake a significantly higher cash inflow than originally scheduled. For the past year, the so-called free cash flow should be 1.15 to 1.25 billion euros, as the company announced on the basis of provisional figures on Monday in the Danish city of Aarhus. Investments in securities are excluded. Previously, they had expected only 450 to 900 million euros, hie es.ROUNDUP: IG Metall warns before next hearing warning strike shaft roll outSTUTTGART – Before the start of the third round of negotiations in the collective bargaining dispute of the metal and electrical industry, IG Metall covers the industry nationwide with warning strikes. On Monday, among other things, the car maker Porsche was again affected in Stuttgart, where, according to the union in the morning more than 3000 employees laid down for about an hour the work and pulled to a rally in front of the factory gate. Immediately after midnight, employees of companies in Aschaffenburg, Germany and Iserlohn in the west of the country had already stopped working for a short time. ROUNDUP 2 / Energiewende: BDI warns about relocation of production abroad BERLIN – BDI President Dieter Kempf is on the verge of Germany being alone in energy and climate policy warned. Such national steps are counterproductive, because "production would be relocated abroad, the price of electricity continues to rise," said the head of the Federation of German Industries (BDI) of the German Press Agency in Berlin. "Energy and climate policy guidelines should not be weakened, but strengthened industrial competitiveness." More News-Weies House: NSA Were Unaware Of Computer Chip Vulnerability – Fewer auto-notifications from tax hikers expect flood peak for Monday afternoons -RUNUP / Criticism of Lsch-Law: Federal Government relies on Transparency-Uber: Four billion rides in 2017-New Uber boss arrives at DLD conference after Munich floods ships – Highest for Monday expected-Alno takeover by investor in dry Tchern counties warn of new savings bank closures – charges higher? – Roundup: official federation calls for more staff and more money survey: Germans want to save in fashion jungle adventure 'Jumanji' at the top of the US cinema charts left criticized German arms shops with the head of the Turkey Association: Relieving the aviation goal of aviation without subsidies in dangerous inner cities: Logistics industry is looking for solutions-German Financial start-ups are getting harder Investors' money experts are advancing in the evaluation of 'Panama Papers' – key service should have billed far too high nationwide-opposition calls for abolition of network enforcement law-pallets for the transport of goods become scarce-Opel boss Lohscheller foreclosed on CO2 fines-Zurich wants back on Chinese life insurance market-ROUNDUP 2: Burning oil tanker threatens to explode in front of China – Dead body found-'BamS ': Berlin BER airport lacks up to a billion euros-Hundreds of Bombardier employees at IG Metall – Strike tenants and landlords meet more rarely in court – Vinci Airport received concession for Belgrade airport bus driver for operations only to find hard-to-find flooding in New York airport – Cold front pulls off-Roche and GE enter into partnership in digital diagnostics-ROUNDUP : Rhine floods at a high point – Now it's time to relax – cooperation: TV contributions by Radio Bremen 'weser-kurier.de'-New pin found in supermarket – Suppengrn affected-ROUNDUP: Stop on BVB: Defendant admits Tat and denies Ttungsplan-Kltewelle in the USA makes also the Lufthansa to create-Givaudan gets new Chef for Flavors- Dairy group DMK relies on GMO-free milk – Butter cheaper-200 workers follow IG Metall warning strike appeal to Leoni-Verbraucherschtzer for expansion of a new meat-labeling ROUNDUP: 'Handmaid's Tale' and 'Big Little Lies' win at TV Globes-Mutmalich Vietnamese kidnapped in Berlin on trial in Hanoi Customer note: ROUNDUP: You can read a summary in the company overview. 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