NEW YORK, Feb 11- A U.S. judge on Thursday ordered creditors suing Argentina over defaulted bonds to establish why orders that restricted it from servicing its restructured debts should not be vacated after the country's $6.5 billion offer to settle the dispute. District Judge Thomas Griesa in Manhattan gave bondholders until mid-February to show why the...» Read More
As many firms look to snap up businesses in the hot merger and acquisitions market, one entrepreneur has founded a corporate matchmaking start-up.
AOL's Tim Armstrong and Verizon's Marni Walden say the combined companies can be the No. 1 global media technology player.
Famed U.S. gun maker Colt Defense LLC said it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Tim Armstrong on Tuesday said AOL's content brands were always part of merger talks with Verizon, offering a rebuttal to reports to the contrary.
One of the banking world's leading deal-makers has said the timing of the Fed's first rate rise in over six years will not stop firms eyeing M&A this year.
Reports of a $18-billion bid by Shire for Swiss biotech firm Actelion suggest that the European pharma deal-making flurry is far from over.
Mergers and acquisitions are close to pre-financial crisis levels for the first time in 2015, as companies search for deals again.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich explains why the chipmaker wants Altera and whether another acquisition is on the horizon.
Intel is running into technological limitations that Altera's intellectual property can potentially solve, David Garrity tells CNBC.
Charter CEO Thomas Rutledge explains why his company's bid for Time Warner Cable will succeed where Comcast's failed.
Charter Communications says it will buy Time Warner Cable in a cash-and-stock deal worth $55 billion.
Dealmaking hit an eight-year high in Q1 as the cost of doing deals remains low and companies chase growth, THL Partners' Scott Sperling tells CNBC.
Conglomerates are coming to the conclusion that they should stick to businesses in which they have a competitive advantage, Harry Wilson tells CNBC.
Shell’s $69 billion bid for BG Group could increase its exposure to Brazil at a time when the country appears to be destabilizing and stagnating.
The merger and acquisition climate in Europe got a little hotter on Wednesday with yet more dealmaking in the technology sector
Shell’s £47 billion ($69 billion) agreed deal for energy company BG Group has already sent shares in the UK energy utility up nearly 40 percent.
One of the biggest shareholders in cement maker Holcim said he was "unlikely" to vote in favor of merging with Lafarge.
A strong dollar, ongoing stimulus in Europe and low oil prices make a deal between FedEx and TNT Express possible, Fred Smith tells CNBC.
Luxury goods group Richemont has said it is in talks over a potential "business combination" between its online retailer Net-a-Porter and Yoox.
The merger of Kraft and Heinz could pave the way for future food mergers, but dealmaking will likely dip in the near term, analysts tell CNBC.