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Premium / Market Insight: executive roulette – time to pay the bill for all the window dressing

first_img Reset By Alessandro Pasetti 21/12/2018 Email* LOGIN So, should we expect more joy or pain next year for executives of the major supply chain actors worldwide?I say the latter, particularly for the worst-performer of 2018, Switzerland’s Kuehne + Nagel.Topping the pre-Xmas podium – its stock is down a whopping 27% this year and was lately on my radar over reports of redundancies in Shindellegi, but rather than senior staff, it could be chief executive Detlef Trefzger on the chopping board in first half of 2019.Pre-Xmas … Reset Your Password Forgotten your password? Please click here Please either REGISTER or login below to continue New Premium subscriber REGISTERcenter_img Subscription required for Premium stories In order to view the entire article please login with a valid subscription below or register an account and subscribe to Premium Password* Premium subscriber LOGIN © Martin Brayley Please Login Email* << Go backlast_img read more


In Pictures: Portlaoise Golf club celebrate highly successful Open Week

first_img GAA In Pictures: Portlaoise Golf club celebrate highly successful Open Week Previous articleIn Pictures: Timahoe rolls back the years with fun-filled Heritage festivalNext articleLaois hurling team announced for Joe McDonagh clash with Kerry Alan HartnettStradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016. TAGSPortlaoise Golf Club WhatsApp Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory Pinterest GAA Facebook By Alan Hartnett – 6th June 2019 Pinterest SEE ALSO – Injury problems for Laois footballers and hurlers ahead of huge weekend RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Portlaoise Golf Club celebrated a hugely successful Open week recently.The Week began on Saturday May 18 and ran for seven days – concluding with the presentation of prizes on Friday May 24.The week was generously sponsored and crowds turned up in their numbers to support the golf club. Over the 7 days, the club ran nine competitions and every one of them had a great turn out.The week began with a team event – A three person Classic that was kindly sponsored by Beechfield Healthcare. 23 teams entered the competition and it turned out to be a very closely contested competition.The winning team with 86 points were Adrian Dunne, Adrian Culleton and Bill Buckley. In second place, also with 86 points were Gerry O’Malley, Brendan Fairbrother and Paul O’Loughlin. Third place was also filled with a score of 86 and Paul McEvoy, Mary Downey and Margaret Maher took the third position.On Sunday, May 19, another team event took place. This time, a four person classic took place and was kindly sponsored by Mochua Print and Dunkeen Oil. 16 teams fought it out for the prizes and the winners were Declan Dempsey, Siobhán Dempsey, Elaine Redmond and Michael Kelly with an impressive tally of 103 points.Runners up were Stefan Crabb, Joe Walsh, Jim Coss and Oliver Bartley with 96 points. Third Place went to Tadgh McEvoy, Catherine Bergin, Mary Dunne and Niall Coss on 91 Points.Monday May 20 saw a 3 person Champagne Scramble and was kindly sponsored by Coughlin Fireplaces and Michael Bowe Plumbing. The winners of this competition were Anna May McEvoy, Richard Carolan and Gabriel Bowe with a total of 100 points. Facebook Home Sport Golf In Pictures: Portlaoise Golf club celebrate highly successful Open Week SportGolf Twitter GAA WhatsApp In a very close second position finished Stefan Crabb, Jim Coss and Francis Greene with 99 Points. Third place went to Tom Fox, Eileen Fox and T Conroy on 96 Points.Monday evening saw the running of a men’s Single Stableford 10 hole and a ladies Single Stableford 10 hole. Both competitions were kindly sponsored by Bowe Tyres and Prestige Plumbing and the ladies winner was Siobhán Dempsey with 30 points, Kitty Walsh finished second with 23 points and in third place was Elaine Redmond, with 19 Points.The men’s winner was Gary Scully with 22 points. Stephen Sinnott finished in second place, also on 22 points, and was beaten on the back 9. In third place was Mick Mulhall, who finished with 20 Points.Tuesday May 21 saw a Ladies three ball scramble take place and a men’s three ball scramble. The ladies event was kindly sponsored by Druid’s of Ireland Golf Clothing and Delaney Transport.The winners were Marie Conlon, Stasia Conlon and Breda Beere with a net 60.4. Second Place went to Mary Downey, Ber McWey and Sarah Buggy with a net 60.7. Third position was filled by Miriam Malone, Rita Moloney and Maura Moore with a net 61.5, and fourth position went to Kathleen Treacy, Pippy McEvoy and Nora Delaney with a net 65.4.The mens three ball scramble was kindly sponsored by Colgan Sports and the winners were Eoghan Lalor, Trevor Whelan and Rob Kelly with a net 54.6. Second place went to Paul Heffernan, Jimmy Hayden and Danny Timmons with a net 56.6, and third place was filled by David Gowing, David McCormack and Noel Fennelly with a net 56.7.Wednesday May 22 saw single stableford competitions for both men and ladies. The ladies competition was kindly sponsored by Bosco’s Catering and Telfords. The winner was Ber McWey with 45 points. In second place, with 44 points was Siobhán Dempsey and in third position was Anastasia Conlon with 41 points.The men’s Competition was kindly sponsored by Mr Windscreen and the winner was Rob Kelly with 44 points. In second place was Michael Kelly with 43 points and in third position was Larry Dunne, with 42 points.On Thursday, May 23, there was a Seniors 3 person Rumble and was kindly sponsored by John Seale and Bill Buckley Utility Services. The winners on the day were Catherine Bergin, Tim Finlay and John Seale with 92 points.In second place, with a score of 87 points, were Mary Dunne, Tony Conlon and Anastasia Conlon. Third Place went to Paul McEvoy, Mary Downey and Mary Byrne, with 85 pointsThursday evening saw a 2 ball scramble take place and was sponsored by Miller’s Home and Garden. The winners were Liam Dunne and Ken Farrell and in second position, finished Trevor Whelan and Eoghan Lalor.Friday May 24 saw the conclusion of Portlaoise Golf Club’s Open Week. The week finished with an Open Single Stableford for both Men and Ladies.The ladies competition was kindly sponsored by Shaw’s Department Store and was won by Nicola Darby with 47 points. Mary Lalor finished in second place with 42 points and in third position was Siobhán Dempsey, also with 42 points. 4th position was filled by Elaine Redmond with 39 points.The Men’s Competition was kindly sponsored by Jim Coss and Trevor Whelan. The winner, with 42 points, was Stefan Crabb. In second place with 40 points was Eoghan Lalor and in third position with 39 points, was Jamie Kelly.At the presentation, the Captains, Declan and Anne and the President Doloros, thanked the members and the visitors for their turnout.They thanked Ger McEvoy and his team for having the course in immaculate condition over the week and for all their hard work throughout the week. Bosco was thanked by the Captain’s and the President for his quality of service providing the food.All of the sponsors were thanked, and finally, the staff in the bar were thanked for their service throughout the week. Twitter Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshinlast_img read more


Public Opinion on Jong Woon Uniformly Negative

first_img In mid-June, I visited Jilin in the Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture, where I met with two North Korean men and seven women who had crossed the border and were staying in China on a temporary basis. They had all crossed the border very recently, and were keen to report the latest North Korean situations in detail. The nine talked mostly about the domestic North Korean atmosphere on the succession issue. The interviewees I met with are all poor residents of cities in the northern provinces of South and North Hamkyung and Yangkang. The most surprising and impressive point was that all of them had heard about Kim Jong Woon’s succession.Although the North Korean authorities have not officially confirmed, the story has apparently spread to the most rural of places, where the residents have almost no access to current information. However, they had almost nothing else on Kim Jong Woon. That is to say that the authorities have not publicized exactly who this figure Jong Woon is, but have propagated the succession by simply revealing his name.In any case, the interviewees had absolutely no interest in whether or not Jong Woon was the successor. Regarding current moves related the succession; they either commented negatively or just shrugged, offering nothing. Here are their answers; – A mechanic in his 40s from Chongjin, North Hamkyung Province: “I don’t care who the successor is, because my life is too tough to think about it. However, as long as they cannot solve the difficulties in the people’s lives then the people will not welcome the Leader’s son as his successor.” – A doctor in her 40s from South Hamkyung Province: “Almost 90 percent of the people want change. People worry that their lives of slavery might be passed on to their children.”– A woman of 23 from Chongjin: “Our poor people live much worse than dogs or pigs. We hope for a better life but the successor will probably govern us in the same way as his father. We don’t want this, but we can’t complain to anyone else.”In the beginning, just after it leaked out, the interviewees did not know about the succession, but later they heard the story from military acquaintances. It is just a matter of time before rumors spread beyond the military like this. Once the rumor started circulating, there were some aggressive reactions from among the people. Some said, “The small one (a derogatory way of saying Kim Jong Il) is trying to make a novice in his 20s his successor,” while others say, “The General (Kim Jong Il) is almost dying, and if his son is the next general, we won’t be able to follow orders anymore.”This is, the people respect Kim Jong Il because of his father’s achievements, but there is no reason to respect Jong Woon. An interviewee from North Hamkyung Province was sure, “If a war begins, there is no one who would fight for Jong Woon.”These North Korean people agreed with the idea that the fifteen years since Kim Il Sung’s death have been years of failure. This is because after going through the great famine of the 1990s, still the situation has not been reformed at all. North Korean people generally believe that Kim Jong Woon’s succession means the period of failure will continue. Chaos in government operations is inevitable as long as the people are not convinced by the choice of successor. North Korean public opinion is an important thing, and well worth watching. Public Opinion on Jong Woon Uniformly Negative News By Daily NK – 2009.07.02 3:53pm News AvatarDaily NKQuestions or comments about this article? Contact us at [email protected] Facebook Twitter There are signs that North Korea is running into serious difficulties with its corn harvest center_img US dollar and Chinese reminbi plummet against North Korean won once again News RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR North Korea Market Price Update: June 8, 2021 (Rice and USD Exchange Rate Only) NewsEconomy SHARElast_img read more


Manulife Asset Management Canadian equity team to undergo leadership change

first_img Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Keywords Fund managersCompanies Manulife Asset Management Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Change to Counsel Global Small Cap Fund Monika Skiba, head of the Canadian fundamental equity team, has announced her intention to retire in December 2017, according to an announcement released on Tuesday. MAM has promoted Patrick Blais, previously a managing director and senior portfolio manager, to co-head of the team, where he will work closely with Skiba. He will assume full leadership following Skiba’s retirement. Blais brings more than 18 years of investment experience, with six of those years at MAM, to his new role. “His years of industry experience, combined with his close working relationship with Monika on the Canadian fundamental equity team, have ideally positioned him to assume leadership of the team,” the announcement states. The firm also announced that that Cavan Yie, previously an analyst on the team, has been named portfolio manager and joins Skiba and Blais as co-portfolio managers of the team’s total return strategies. In addition, Susan Da Sie, senior portfolio manager and senior managing director on the team, has left MAM. Da Sie joined the asset manager when its parent company, Manulife Financial Corp., acquired Standard Life PLC’s Canadian operations in 2015. Da Sie had joined Standard Life Investments in 2007. Photo copyright: nonwarit/123RF Franklin Templeton renames funds with new managers NEO, Invesco launch four index PTFs Tessie Sanci Toronto-based Manulife Asset Management Ltd.’s (MAM) Canadian fundamental equity team is in transition following the announcement that its lead manager will retire. Related news CI makes portfolio management changes nonwarit/123RFlast_img read more


County declares state of emergency for Greater Clark County area’s winter storm

first_imgMultiple roads throughout the county, especially in Washougal, have become impassable due to deteriorating weather conditionsVANCOUVER – Clark County has declared a state of emergency for the Greater Clark County area effective Sat., Feb. 13.Multiple roads throughout the county, especially in Washougal, have become impassable due to deteriorating weather conditions.Clark County has declared a state of emergency for the Greater Clark County area effective Sat., Feb. 13 due to winter storm conditions. This photo shows a Clark County Sheriff’s Office vehicle under snow in Battle Ground Saturday morning. Photo by Chris BrownClark County has declared a state of emergency for the Greater Clark County area effective Sat., Feb. 13 due to winter storm conditions. This photo shows a Clark County Sheriff’s Office vehicle under snow in Battle Ground Saturday morning. Photo by Chris BrownAs of 6 a.m., six Public Works snow plows were stuck in deep snow and ice in the Washougal area. One vehicle has since been recovered and crews are working to recover the remaining five vehicles.“Our vehicles are equipped with chains and other safety measures to ensure they can traverse snow- and ice-covered roads,” said Public Works Director Ahmad Qayoumi. “This is a good reminder to the community that winter driving conditions are unpredictable and even the most prepared vehicles can have difficulty maneuvering through these conditions.”Clark County and southwest Washington remain under a storm warning through 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 13 with predicted heavy precipitation. Temperatures are not expected to rise above freezing until Sun., Feb. 14.Clark County Public Works encourages the community to stay home and off the roads until conditions improve.Stay up-to-date with current weather and traffic conditions on Public Works’ social media accounts @clarkcowa_pw.Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textTags:Clark CountyClark County Public WorksClark County TodayClark County WashingtonGreater Clark CountyLatestlocal newsroad conditionssnow plowsstate of emergencyVancouverVancouver WashingtonWashougalWinter stormshare 0 Previous : PHOTOS: Friday snow in Clark County Next : A Snow Story 2021: Some relief from the monotonyAdvertisementThis is placeholder text County declares state of emergency for Greater Clark County area’s winter stormPosted by ClarkCountyToday.comDate: Saturday, February 13, 2021in: Newsshare 0 last_img read more


In the Know: Connecting beyond the classroom

first_img Connecting with a faculty mentor or educational guide, like an advisor, can be an intimidating and time consuming process for many students. Faculty member Andrew Calabrese and staff member Kristi Barrowclough have some helpful advice on how to get started.For students who don’t have the time, or don’t necessarily want to give up the time to build relationships, Barrowclough said there are other ways to get mentorship and guidance. She encourages students to listen to TED talks or find professors they relate to.Breaking the iceFaculty office hours tips:Going to office hours is your chance to meet face to face with your professors. Take advantage of the opportunity and get to know them. If it seems overwhelming, choose one professor to start with.Regularly attending office hours may open the door to opportunities or interests you didn’t know about, such as research projects, internships or even off-campus resources and connections.Check in with your advisor, they are a great source of advice and can help with the mentoring process. More reasons to visit your advisor“If you take a class from a professor that you really jibe with, that you learn from their style, take as many classes as you can with them. Even if it’s not in your major, maybe it’ll encourage you to add a second major or minor,” she said.Barrowclough helps undergraduate media and arts students expand their professional networks and find opportunities using an institutional approach. Her official job title recently evolved from career counselor to career development adviser to reflect the merging of arts and sciences, pre-health and pre-law into the MyCUhub advising center. Information from students’ files is now readily available over multiple forums. This means that advisers from different departments will be able to help students without requesting a transfer of information.Although Barrowclough’s job is to help find connections for undergraduate students, she acknowledges that mentorship is not a one-way street. She advises students who want to build long-lasting connections to find mentors for different parts of their lives and then to engage them in discussion. This could be filling them in on guest speakers the student saw or even sharing an article they found interesting online.Calabrese, a media professor took another approach to the idea of a mentor. Rather than just professional development, he believes that mentors have much more to offer.“We don’t associate mentoring with life as much as we do with career, and that’s unfortunate,” he said. “I think mentoring really does go beyond career in terms of how someone offers you moral guidance.”He has worked mainly with graduate students, and usually connects with students whose life goals and ideals are similar to his. This way, they can engage in honest and open dialogue about difficult or touchy subjects. As undergraduates, he and his friends became close with a group of professors. The professors often invited the group to dinner parties and inspired a love for academia.“That had a big effect on my feeling like this is an environment I really love, an academic environment,” Calabrese said. “It is the idea of being in a place where I could interact with people about ideas. . . . was like being in a candy store for me.”A big part of the challenge is taking the first step and going to office hours or meeting an advisor to talk. Categories:AcademicsCampus Community Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mailcenter_img Published: March 1, 2017 • By Ashley Hopko last_img read more


Visit Booth 1303 for Live Demos of the RX misano

first_imgPinterest Previous articleA Law Team for Your Wine Business NeedsNext article3 Reasons to Visit California Capsules at Unified Trade Show Guide TAGSRandox Food DiagnosticsRX misanoWinemaking/Oenology Share AdvertisementVisit Randox Food Diagnostics at Booth 1303 at this year’s Unified Wine & Grape Symposium, where we will be on hand to ensure that you are ready for this year’s harvest. With a comprehensive test menu including L-Malic Acid, Acetic Acid, Glucose/Fructose, Ammonia and NOPA, Randox Food can provide the ultimate package for all of your testing requirements.We will be hosting live demos of the most modern and versatile analyser on the market, the RX misano, throughout the duration of the conference; so why not pop by and see what it can do to ensure the quality and safety of your wine?Randox Food DiagnosticsUWGS Booth: 1303Randox Food Diagnostics is an international supplier of diagnostic products for wineries and wine laboratories. Experience of over 30 years’ in manufacturing and supplying diagnostic products has led to the development of highly accurate analysers. The use of these analysers, in conjunction with Randox Food reagents, assists winemakers in the production of the highest quality wines.Return to Unified Wine & Grape Symposium GuideAdvertisement Twitter Email ReddIt Linkedin Facebook Home Trade Show Guide UWGS 2017 Visit Booth 1303 for Live Demos of the RX misanoTrade Show GuideUWGS 2017Visit Booth 1303 for Live Demos of the RX misanoBy Trade Show Guide – January 16, 2017 30 0 last_img read more


Advanced Clinical School for Stereotactic Radiotherapy to be established in Mumbai

first_img Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Related Posts News Advanced Clinical School for Stereotactic Radiotherapy to be established in Mumbai The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital and Varian Medical Systems, USA, join hands to offer Advanced Clinical School for Stereotactic RadiotherapyVarian Technologies, in collaboration with Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, is offering Asia’s first Stereotactic Radio Surgery and Stereotactic Radiotherapy Clinical School. While arming established medical practitioners with cutting-edge technology management training, the course will also enable radiation oncologists and physicists to offer better patient-centric treatment protocols.In keeping with this, Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital will also host medical professionals from across Asia who wish to be part of the training. The aim of establishing this centre is to provide quality healthcare, which was previously available only in the West, across India and other Asian countries.The Varian Training Centre for Radiation Technologists involves case-based learning with expert clinicians from some of the leading cancer centres in the country. The present programme is designed to fortify the abilities of already trained candidates who are familiar with radiotherapy, but not competent with state-of-the-art technologies.Professionals will be trained on the newest technologies available in the field of radiation oncology. The candidates in this fellowship programme will be exposed to high-end treatment modalities, enabling them to work in independent radiation oncology departments on modern equipment. Candidates who desire to learn new skills will get an edge in the field of radiation oncology medical practice, medical physics, and technology through this programme. The course will also allow aspirants from the lower strata of society to be skilled in managing the equipment required for radiotherapy.Kolleen Kennedy, Executive Vice-President – Oncology Systems, and Sue Merrit, Senior Director of Education for Varian Medical Systems, were present in Mumbai with Tina Ambani, Chairperson, Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, to shed light on the establishment of this unique programme. Read Articlecenter_img Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Share MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” By Swati Rana on August 9, 2018 Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025last_img read more


RumbergerKirk returns to FAMU Law to provide virtual workshops on legal hot topics

first_imgRumbergerKirk returns to FAMU Law to provide virtual workshops on legal hot topics For the second year in a row, RumbergerKirk is hosting a series of workshops for Florida A&M University College of Law students.The RumbergerKirk Professional Development Series moved to a virtual format and features five workshops designed to help prepare the next generation of leaders for the ever-changing legal industry.The workshop series kicked off in September with a presentation on “Taking the Bar Exam and Bar Admissions Process,” presented by Richard Greenberg; Michaela Kim; and Sara Lewis.“During these unprecedented times, it’s more important than ever that we provide our law students with opportunities to enhance their legal education with practical skills that will help ensure that they are practice-ready when they graduate,” said FAMU Law Dean Deidré Keller. “It’s so appropriate that we launched this year’s professional development series by addressing the bar exam, which now includes an additional set of stressors and uncertainties for law students and recent law graduates everywhere because of the COVID-19 pandemic.”RumbergerKirk Managing Partner Frank Sheppard said the firm is dedicated to helping students evolve into “confident, sharply skilled, and well-rounded trial attorneys.”“The practical sessions will expose the law students to litigators’ daily tasks, both inside and out of the courtroom, and will ensure students are exceptionally prepared as they begin their professional careers,” he said,On October 22, the firm presented “Associate Life: What to Expect Your First Three Years,” presented by Jason Bullinger; Vaughn Glinton; and Christian Tiblier.Future events include:• November 5 – “Courtroom Etiquette and Professionalism,” presented by Suzanne Hill; Judge Bob LeBlanc; and Judge Margie Schreiber.• January 7 – “Interviewing Skills,” presented by Angela Sterley, a human resources director• February 4 – “Taking Depositions,” presented by Skip Eubanks; Darryl Gavin; and Shenele Pettis Bright. Oct 27, 2020 Regular Newslast_img read more


Alcatel-Lucent narrows Q1 loss

first_imgHome Alcatel-Lucent narrows Q1 loss Steve Costello Related Nokia details Digital Health review; further job cuts Tags Author Alcatel-LucentChina HuaxinFinancial Steve works across all of Mobile World Live’s channels and played a lead role in the launch and ongoing success of our apps and devices services. He has been a journalist…More Read more Previous ArticleConvergence key to TD-LTE growthNext ArticleTelefonica suffers revenue and profit fall in Q1 Loss-making network infrastructure player Alcatel-Lucent reduced the amount of red ink used in the first quarter of 2014, as the impact of its broad restructure began to take effect.Michel Combes (pictured), CEO of Alcatel-Lucent, said: “We began 2014 as we ended 2013 – totally focused on driving implementation of The Shift Plan. Having put the group in the right financial direction last year we are encouraged by the continued progress shown in the first quarter of 2014.”According to Reuters, Jean Raby, CFO, said the company is still on-track to sell €1 billion of assets, as previously stated, but did not provide further details.The company reported a loss of €73 million for the period, compared with a prior-year loss of €353 million, on revenue of €2.96 billion, down from €3.23 billion. It also provided revenue figures treating its Enterprise unit as a discontinued operation (it has inked a deal to sell this unit): on this basis, the figure would have been essentially flat.It said that the reduced loss was driven by higher operating income, lower restructuring charges, and a “significant reduction in net financial losses”.Revenue from the company’s Wireless Access unit was €999 million, down from €1.01 billion in Q4 2014, although it claimed a 2.3 per cent increase at constant exchange rates and comparable perimeter.It said that in the first quarter, LTE growth continued to be strong, notably in the US. This increase was partially offset by continued declines in 2G and 3G technologies, which represented less than 25 per cent of wireless access revenue in Q1.The company noted wins including LTE overlay deals with Claro Uruguay, Etisalat and APT (Taiwan), and small cell announcements including Verizon Wireless and TIM in Brazil.Looking forward, the company is expecting China to drive wireless revenue in Q2, although this could impact margin, Reuters said.Alcatel-Lucent also noted that its Managed Services revenue halved, reflecting moves to terminate or restructure loss-making contracts.On a group level, cash flow continued to be a concern. It reported a free cash flow defecit of €398 million for the quarter, although this was reduced from a €533 million outflow in the prior-year.The deal to sell the Enterprise business to China Huaxin is due to close in Q3, subject to certain approvals. Alcatel-Lucent will retain a 15 per cent stake in the unit. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 09 MAY 2014 Nokia downplays impact of Alcatel-Lucent probe Nokia slashes Alcatel-Lucent jobslast_img read more