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Jellyfish prompt nuclear shutdown Map of Oskarhamn Sweden  A large amount of jellyfish inhabiting a cooling-water intake at a major Swedish nuclear plant caused operators to manually shut down production Swedish Princess Madeleine weds New York banker Map of Stockholm Sweden  Madeleine has said 'yes' to New York banker Christopher O'Neill in a lavish and emotional wedding ceremony in Stockholm Ikea elk lasagne 'contained pork'  Ikea has confirmed it has withdrawn nearly 18,000 of its elk meat lasagnes from sale in Europe after they were found to contain pork   Nobel Prize in economics awarded
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Microsoft pays $2.5bn for Minecraft maker Mojang  Microsoft has bought Mojang, the Swedish firm behind the popular video game Minecraft, for $2.5bn. The title has sold over 54 million copies Trio awarded Nobel economics prize
  French economist Jean Tirole wins Nobel prize


year 2014 Top ^

Oct.13  
  Tirole researched on market power and regulation that has helped understand how to deal with industries dominated by a few companies
Sep.15


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Oct.14  
  The 2013 Nobel Prize in economics has been awarded to Eugene Fama, Lars Peter Hansen and Robert Shiller

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Oct.15  
  The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences cited the US academics for their work on the 'theory of stable allocations and practice of market design'


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Oct.10     Two awarded Nobel economics prize
  US academics Thomas Sargent and Christopher Sims have won the economics prize for research on cause and effect in the macroeconomy

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Jun.17 Sweden to replace nuclear plants  Parliament narrowly votes to replace nuclear plants, three decades after a referendum decided to phase them out. Jan.26   $74 million deal saves Saab   Netherlands: General Motor's Swedish brand has been saved from certain death thanks to a last-minute deal with Dutch exotic car builder Spyker

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Dec.20   New offer made for Saab   Netherlands: Spyker, a maker of exotic cars, said that it had made a new offer to General Motors for the Swedish car brand Oct.12   1st woman wins Nobel Prize for economics  Americans Elinor Ostrom and Oliver Williamson won the prize for work on how community institutions can prevent conflict Apr.17 Court jails Pirate Bay founders
  A court has jailed four men behind TPB, the world's most high-profile file-sharing website, in a landmark case
Apr.2   Piracy law cuts internet traffic  Internet traffic fell by 33% as the country's new anti-piracy law came into effect Jan.21 Cell phone giant Ericsson cuts 5,000 jobs  Swedish-based telecommunications company announced it is cutting 5,000 jobs as part of cost-reducing measures

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Oct.13   Krugman wins Nobel for economics  The Swedish Academy of Sciences said the award recognised Paul Krugman's analysis of trade patterns and where economic activity takes place

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Oct.14 Trade minister to quit
  Maria Borelius is to resign over allegations of tax evasion after just one week in office

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Oct.10   Game theory economists win Nobel  Israeli and U.S. citizen Aumann and American Schelling won the Prize for their work in game-theory analysis

year 2003 Top ^

Sep.14   Voters rejects euro currency
  Sweden has rejected a proposal to join the euro currency dealing a blow to business and government


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C. 2014-09-15 Microsoft pays $2.5bn for Minecraft maker Mojang Sweden
3. 2013-10-14 Trio awarded Nobel economics prize Sweden
E. 2013-06-08 Swedish Princess Madeleine weds New York banker Stockholm, Sweden
F. 2013-04-06 Ikea elk lasagne 'contained pork' Sweden
2012-10-15 Nobel Prize in economics awarded Sweden
7. 2011-10-10 Two awarded Nobel economics prize Sweden
I. 2010-06-17 Sweden to replace nuclear plants Sweden



    
    

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Swedish Princess Madeleine weds New York banker Map of Stockholm Sweden  Madeleine has said 'yes' to New York banker Christopher O'Neill in a lavish and emotional wedding ceremony in Stockholm   Voters rejects euro currency




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2013
Jun.8
2003
Sep.14
  Sweden has rejected a proposal to join the euro currency dealing a blow to business and government




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2013 Apr.6 Ikea elk lasagne 'contained pork'
  Ikea has confirmed it has withdrawn nearly 18,000 of its elk meat lasagnes from sale in Europe after they were found to contain pork



Sweden, Business Merger and Acquisition Timeline ... See World Merger and Acquisition timeline Top ^
2014 Sep.15 Microsoft pays $2.5bn for Minecraft maker Mojang  Microsoft has bought Mojang, the Swedish firm behind the popular video game Minecraft, for $2.5bn. The title has sold over 54 million copies



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2006 Oct.14 Trade minister to quit  Maria Borelius is to resign over allegations of tax evasion after just one week in office



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2010 Jan.26   $74 million deal saves Saab   Netherlands: General Motor's Swedish brand has been saved from certain death thanks to a last-minute deal with Dutch exotic car builder Spyker 2009 Dec.20   New offer made for Saab   Netherlands: Spyker, a maker of exotic cars, said that it had made a new offer to General Motors for the Swedish car brand



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2014 Oct.13   French economist Jean Tirole wins Nobel prize
  Tirole researched on market power and regulation that has helped understand how to deal with industries dominated by a few companies
2013 Oct.14 Trio awarded Nobel economics prize
  The 2013 Nobel Prize in economics has been awarded to Eugene Fama, Lars Peter Hansen and Robert Shiller
2012 Oct.15   Nobel Prize in economics awarded
  The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences cited the US academics for their work on the 'theory of stable allocations and practice of market design'
2011 Oct.10   Two awarded Nobel economics prize  US academics Thomas Sargent and Christopher Sims have won the economics prize for research on cause and effect in the macroeconomy 2008 Oct.13 Krugman wins Nobel for economics  The Swedish Academy of Sciences said the award recognised Paul Krugman's analysis of trade patterns and where economic activity takes place



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2009 Jan.21 Cell phone giant Ericsson cuts 5,000 jobs  Swedish-based telecommunications company announced it is cutting 5,000 jobs as part of cost-reducing measures



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2009 Apr.17 Court jails Pirate Bay founders
  A court has jailed four men behind TPB, the world's most high-profile file-sharing website, in a landmark case
Apr.2 Piracy law cuts internet traffic  Internet traffic fell by 33% as the country's new anti-piracy law came into effect



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2013 Oct.2 Jellyfish prompt nuclear shutdown Map of Oskarhamn Sweden  A large amount of jellyfish inhabiting a cooling-water intake at a major Swedish nuclear plant caused operators to manually shut down production 2010 Jun.17 Sweden to replace nuclear plants  Parliament narrowly votes to replace nuclear plants, three decades after a referendum decided to phase them out.