A report in StreetInsider.com cites comments from Nomura securities analyst Henry Curtis on unconfirmed news reports that Las Vegas Sands (NYSE:LVS) has lined up financing for its ambitious, multi-billion resort proposed to be built in Spain. Apparently, Curtis is of the view that the company’s current bankers would only provide a small portion of the financing, while the balance, which could be as high as $ 5 billion, would come at an expensive interest rate of over 10%, unless the company provided a corporate guarantee.
Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWC) announces the launch of its “Time Warner Cable Business Class Cloud Services”, a cloud-based Software As a Service that would allow small and medium-sized businesses access to dependable and user-friendly cloud hosted communication and collaboration solutions, doing away with having to manage their own hardware.
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According to a report in Digitimes, which cites Taiwan-based supply chain makers, Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) could be readying a US $99 Nexus tablet for launch in the fourth quarter of 2012. Based on a single-core processor 8950 made by Chinese firm WonderMedia Technologies, the tablet would be manufactured by Taiwanese company Quanta Computer.
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