There is no doubt that Microsoft's Office is the go-to software package for documents' sharing and creation, spreadsheets and presentations. A good and free alternative for lightweight tasks is Google's Docs. However, Apple's iWork has been often overlooked.
For the first time after 2009, Apple did a major update to iWork applications for the Mac last fall. The application under focus is Pages for word processing, Numbers for spreadsheets and Keynote for presentations. These applications have become much better and simple to use with iPhone and iPad versions now.
Aiming to simplify the operations and increase the revenue, Spanish telecommunications giant Telefonica has given a green signal to a corporate restructuring. Telefonica's board has approved the restructuring on Wednesday.
As the company plans to continue with its cost-cutting planning, it is going to strengthen the role of chief global resources officer. The company wants to achieve gross savings of 1.5 billion euros in near future.
Acciona wants to sell a small stake of its foreign renewables business. The company has announced that it has been getting a number of offers for the stake.
Acciona has hired Lazard to find a buyer for up to 49% of its wind power assets outside Spain. Main aim of the sale is to raise capital. The company has witnessed a full-year net loss for the first time due to cuts on green energy subsidies in Spain.
Adidas has declared new home kits for national teams including Spain, Germany, Russia, and Argentina. The new kits are supposed to be lighter in weight than previous kits.
The home kits were a step towards the 630 gram kits that were displayed in last May by the sportswear giant in London. Apart from its lighter weight, the new kits are also durable.
Chief designer for football apparel at Adidas, Jurgen Rank said, "The jersey is a strong statement underlining the lifestyle of fashion-conscious young people in Germany, their openness and their unconventional attitude".
Philippines' largest liquor-maker Emperador announced on Friday that it has acquired 50 percent stake in brandy producer Bodega Las Copas for 60 million euros, thereby increasing its investments in Spain. Emperador's deal with Spanish sherry, wine, and brandy-maker Gonzalez Bypass has helped the company to establish a strong foothold in Spain by taking the first step to make its brandy, said a company statement.
Amidst widespread speculations about its proposed acquisition by Vodafone, Spanish Cable Operator Grupo Corporativo ONO SA declared about going for Initial Public Offering on Tuesday.
As per the announcement made by company, it is planning for a 7 Billion Euro stock market sale. ONO deals in selling fixed phone services, along with mobile phone, internet services and TV.
Sources have informed that Vodafone Group Plc has talked to Grupo Corporativo ONO SA for acquisition possibilities. Vodafone has started talks with the prime shareholders of the company about a potential purchase.
Sometime this week, ONO will finalize whether it would consider sale as its final option or it would go public with Initial Public Offering.
Sources familiar with the matter informed that the amount offered by Newbury, England-based Vodafone must be somewhere between 7 billion Euro to 8 billion Euro, if it wants a clear nod from the Board.
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