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Alcatel Wins $2.1 Billion Loans From Goldman, Credit Suisse

Bloomberg :Alcatel-Lucent SA (ALU) reached a 1.6 billion-euro ($2.1 billion) financing deal, gaining time to overhaul the French phone-equipment maker and try to sell as much as 1.5 billion euros of assets. (Culture)

SilentNegotiator  +   1081d ago
Sounds like a waste.
shutUpAndTakeMyMoney  +   1081d ago
wow I would feed millions of families around the world, pay $50,000 to play half life 3 demo, buy some real estate investments(and a huge hotel) and buy a gaming pc & a ps4 with the rest of the cash.

And maybe some food.
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kingPoS  +   1081d ago
It shouldn't have be detonations of dollars. that would practically be like giving it back to them.

US dollars are notes
Notes are in layman's terms IOU's
Those IOU are in turn collected by... Well lets just say you won't like who's getting paid.

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