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Nokia Corporation's 2011 Stock Option Plan a total of 12 750 Nokia shares were subscribed for between August 30 and September 26, 2016. The subscription price was EUR 2.08 per share for 7 500 shares and EUR 2.35 per share for 5 250 shares. The total amount of the subscription price, EUR 27 937.50, will be recorded in the fund for invested non-restricted equity and, consequently, the share capital of the company does not increase."/>
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Tautachrome, Inc. today announced receipt of a proposal from its principal shareholders to reduce their common share holdings in exchange for shares in a new series of non-trading preferred shares.. Robert G McClelland Tautachrome’ s Corporate Secretary announced today that three of the Company’ s principal shareholders, Dr. Jon N. Leonard, Micheal P. Nugent, and Matthew W. Staker, have approached the Company’ s Board of Directors with an offer that would..."/>
TAUTACHROME Inc. announces proposal from its principal shareholders for retirement of their own common shares in exchange for preferred shares under a new series 
63 Moons Technologies Ltd, on Thursday announced that it has sold its entire stake in Bourse Africa Ltd for $10.5 million to Continental Africa Holdings Ltd. In 2014, CAHL had agreed to buy Bourse Africa for $40.5 million. Bourse Africa Ltd was a wholly-owned subsidiary company of FT Group Investments Pvt."/>
BRIEF: FTIL sells entire stake in Bourse Africa for $10.5 million [Mint, New Delhi]
Facebook, IBM, and Microsoft come together to create a non-profit organization that will work to advance public understanding of AI technologies and formulate best practices on the challenges and opportunities within AI. The organization is named Partnership on Artificial Intelligence to Benefit People and Society and academics, non-profits, and specialists in..."/>
Google, Facebook, Amazon, IBM and Microsoft partner on AI [Mint, New Delhi]
Microsoft has created a 5,000- person engineering and research team focused on artificial intelligence, an effort to reposition the company to capitalize on the rapid growth of software aided by machine-learning algorithms. The move comes as Qi Lu, a longtime Microsoft engineering leader who was most recently executive vice president of the Applications and Services Group that includes Bing and Office, leaves the company to focus on his recovery from a bicycle..."/>
Microsoft creates artificial intelligence, research group [The Seattle Times]
DST Systems Inc. has paired with a California venture capital firm with a plan to create or back new businesses with a focus on big data and innovation to improve health care. Frost Data Capital, in San Juan Capistrano, Calif., combines a business incubator program that supports startups with its venture capital investment funds. It teams with partners, in this case DST, to come up with ideas for new businesses and launches them."/>
KC-based DST Systems eyes health care startups with California group [The Kansas City Star]

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