Which sectors will be popular for M&A activity in 2016? Mergermarket analyst, Kirsty Wilson discusses.
Professor Scott Moeller, director of the M&A research centre at Cass Business School, discusses the latest in M&A, in particular Keurig, and AB InBev’s deal with SABMiller.
NXP has closed its nearly $12 billion deal to acquire Freescale, creating the world's top maker of automotive electronics, the company said on Monday.
Paul Reilly, Raymond James Financial CEO, discusses the acquisition of DB's private client group and weighs in on the future of financial advisors.
Chinese investors buy $400m for a stake in City Football Group.
Bowie to acquire Peabody Energy's coal assets in Colorado and New Mexico.
Pfizer becomes the world's biggest drug maker.
Cable TV company acquires UK telecoms group with operations in the Caribbean, for stock and a special dividend worth $5.3 billion.
AB InBev is poised to announce on Wednesday that it has clinched a deal to buy SABMiller for £68 billion, the Financial Times reports.
David Solomon, Goldman Sachs, weighs in on this year's blockbuster M&A deals and provides a look at what to expect into 2016. Also Solomon discusses plans to keep junior bankers at the firm longer.
Weyerhaeuser will purchase Plum Creek Timber in a deal the two companies said would create a $23 billion timber, land and forest products company.
Carsten Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Borse, talks about where he sees opportunities for growth and the significance of having a footprint in China.
Ken Moelis, Moelis & Co. founder & CEO, talks about the art of dealmaking and current trends in M&A. And Ron Baron, Baron Capital chairman & CEO, weighs in.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why Expedia's acquisition of HomeAway is a good fit in a sharing economy.
Insight to Expedia's acquisition of HomeAway, and working with and competing against Google, with HomeAway CEO Brian Sharples, and Expedia President and CEO Dara Khosrowshahi.
Robert Kotick, Activision Blizzard CEO, discusses his company's effort to build out its e-sport initiative.
We are now the third largest network of players, says Robert Kotick, Activision Blizzard CEO, discussing consolidation in the gaming industry as his company moves to acquire the creator of "Candy Crush Saga," and increase their mobile gaming market share.
Visa's acquisition of Visa Europe is good for MasterCard because Visa will raise prices in Europe, explains Gil Luria, Wedbush Securities managing director. Luria discusses the outlook for the payments industry.
Visa announced it is acquiring former subsidiary Visa Europe for 16.5 billion euros ($18.19 billion), reports CNBC's Mary Thompson.
Rent hikes are dogging tenants, but big money investors say the season of love for residential, multi-family rental properties is only getting started.