Digital Olympus Comments on Siemens Profit Slump and Share Buyback Report

On November 7 business news blog comments on recent news story by Maria Sheahan and Jens Hack published on November 7 on regarding Siemens' new Chief Executive Joe Kaeser’s remarks on Thursday that the firm intends to buy back shares worth ($5.4 billion) as he ask stakeholders to be calm as while he cooks a tactics by May to catch up with more profitable competitors. Comments on EU Feedback Request on Google's Revised Antitrust Offer

In the wake of recent news story by Foo Yun Chee published on October 28, on concerning EU watchdogs which demanded that 125 Google competitors and third parties supply response on the firm’s second effort to resolve a three-year-long antitrust inquiry, comments on the report.

DigitalOlympus.Com Comments on German Watchdog's Request for Amazon to Change Third-Party Deals

Sequel to a recent news article by Arno Schuetze published on October 20 on about Germany's antitrust watchdog which indicted Amazon of weakening rivalry when dealing with third-party merchants and declared it would enact reform except the web retailer modify its tactics. Comments on Softbank's 1.5 Billion Stake in Finnish Mobile Games Maker Supercell

On October 16, business news blog comments on recent news story by Sophie Knight, Ritsuko Ando and Malathi Nayak published on October 16 on regarding Japanese tech and telecoms group SoftBank Corp which has resolved to pay 150 billion yen ($1.53 billion) for a 51 percent stake in Finnish mobile game producer Supercell. Comments on Website Development Platform Wix.Com $100 Million IPO Filing

Going by a recent news story by Varun Aggarwal published on October 1 on concerning Ltd, which assisted firms to build and operate websites, filing with the U.S. regulators to generate up to $100 million via an initial public offering, comments on the report. Comments on Groupon's Inability to End Lawsuit Alleging Fraud Tied to IPO

Sequel to a recent news story by Jonathan Stempel published on September 20 on regarding the inability of Groupon to persuade a federal judge to throw out a lawsuit alleging the daily discount provider of misinforming investors concerning its financial prospects and internal controls prior to its IPO in November 2011. Comments on JPMorgan's Inability to Convince U.S. Government to End Its Criminal Probe

On October 22, commented on recent news story by Aruna Viswanatha, Karen Freifeld and David Henry published on regarding JPMorgan Chase & Co CEO Jamie Dimon’s futile pleas to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ). Dimon implored and complained to the DOJ but failed to persuade the government to stop the criminal investigations of mortgage fraud at the bank. Comments on DANONE's Plan to Investigate Bribery Allegations

After French food group DANONE’s second unit started an internal investigation into alleged bribery violations in China, business news blog highlighted the situation as an interesting case study for FCPA analysts and researchers.

DigitalOlympus.Com Comments on Telia Support for Latvia Telecoms Integration and Complete Ownership Target

In the wake of a recent news report by Mia Shanley published on August 9 on regarding Nordic telecoms group TeliaSonera statement on Thursday that it supported plans by Latvia to contemplate a merger between fixed-line and mobile telecom operators, and continued interest to increase its stake in the firm, examines how the intended merger may benefits mobile phone systems users. Comments on the Bulk Win of Huawei, ZTE of China Mobile's $3 Billion 4G Bonanza

Following a recent news report by Lee Chyen Yee published on August 23 on regarding the 4G contract awarded by China Mobile Ltd valued at around 20 billion yuan ($3.2 billion), with Chinese companies obtaining beyond half of the biggest prize in the worldwide telecom sector this year while foreign companies obtained about a third, comments on how the deal may influence several mobile phone systems service providers. }