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September 28, 2018updated 27 Sep 2018 2:54pm

Deals this week: Apple, Best Buy, MediaMarktSaturn

Apple has entered a strategic partnership with Salesforce to increase new mobile apps for business.

Apple has entered a strategic partnership with Salesforce to increase new mobile apps for business.

Under the agreement, Salesforce will redesign its app with the latest iOS features, under the agreement.

With the help of new Salesforce Mobile SDK for iOS, Salesforce developers will be able to build their own apps using tools and resources provided by the companies.

A new iOS app development course will also be launched on Salesforce’s online learning platform Trailhead.

Best Buy Co has raised $500m through a public offering of senior notes.

Due 2028, the notes will pay a fixed annual coupon rate of 4.45%, semi-annually on 1 April and 1 October, beginning from 1 April 2019.

The notes were issued at 99.608% of the principal amount.

Based in the US, Best Buy is an electronic products retailer that offers consumer electronics, computing and mobile phones, appliances, entertainment products and home and office products.

“Shanghai La Chapelle Fashion intends to raise CNY1.53bn ($223.2m) through a public offering of convertible bonds.”

Dorsey & Whitney is the legal adviser to Best Buy, while Citigroup Global Markets and J.P. Morgan Securities are the senior co-managers for the transaction.

MediaMarktSaturn has joined forces with Smartmile to introduce a fully-automated new parcel station in Ingolstadt, Germany.

Based in Germnay, MediaMarktSaturn is a consumer electronics retailer, while Smartmile is a Dutch tech start-up.

The customers will get an individual ID upon signing up for the service at www.smartmile.de website. The users have to provide the pin number received through text from Smartmile, when collecting the parcel.

The parcels will be stored for seven days at the parcel station and can be stored for extended periods upon request. The station can also be used for returns.

The customers can make payments through an integrated payment function installed in the parcel station’s fully-automatic modular shelf system.

Shanghai La Chapelle Fashion intends to raise CNY1.53bn ($223.2m) through a public offering of convertible bonds.

Based in China, Shanghai La Chapelle Fashion designs, markets and sells apparel products for men, women and children.