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Data centre space to double [Bangkok Post, Thailand]
UBS Group AG expects to touch $48-60 billion by 2020 and Morgan Stanley sees at $120..."/>
10 new VC investors who are upbeat on Indian start-ups [Mint, New Delhi]
Microsoft Corp. were among eight businesses approved Friday for financial incentives by the Iowa Economic Development Authority Board. ReConserve Inc., corporate parent of Cedar Rapids-based ReConserve of Iowa, was awarded tax benefits through the state's high quality jobs program for a $12 million modernization project. The company, which collects and processes bakery waste materials into animal feed ingredients, is planning a..."/>
Corridor companies get state financial help [The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa]
Apple has struggled to produce a device that resonates with the masses. This industry, with all the promise in the world to make us healthier, more informed human beings, still seems to be nothing more than a sleepy tech segment, one that certainly hasn't lived..."/>
Fitness bands and smartwatches: Where are they now? [The San Diego Union-Tribune]
Starbucks, save $5 on produce at Whole Foods Market and munch on $1 hot dogs at Burger King to celebrate National Hot Dog Day on Saturday."/>
Freebie Friday: Free Budweiser and Starbucks, $5 off at Whole Foods, $1 hot dogs at Burger King [Sun Sentinel]
SBETC to hold welding job fair [St. Cloud Times, Minn.]
EMC Corp. have voted in favour of the company's agreed merger agreement among Denali Holding Inc., Dell Inc., Universal acquisition Co., and EMC at a special meeting, the company said. Last October, US-based PC maker Dell and EMC signed a definitive agreement under which Dell, together with its owners, Michael S. Dell, founder, chairman and chief executive officer of Dell, MSD Partners and US-based technology investor Silver Lake..."/>
EMC Wins Shareholder Nod for Dell Buyout
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Marlin Closes Acquisition of Marketing Solutions Firm Revenew, Relaunches Aprimo Brand
Axios Announces Completion of Debt Financing
Lexmark International Inc. shareholders approved Friday the merger agreement under which Lexmark is being acquired by a consortium of investors led by Apex Technology Co. Ltd. and PAG Asia Capital. Under completion of the transaction, Lexmark shareholders will receive $40.50 per share in cash, a news release states. "Today our shareholders approved this definitive merger agreement by an overwhelming margin," Lexmark chairman and CEO Paul Rooke said in the news..."/>
Lexmark shareholders approve merger agreement [Lexington Herald-Leader]
BRIEF: DAILY OIL PRICE: July 22 [Odessa American, Texas]

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