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The Fast Money traders take a look at today's biggest market movers.
Pfizer reportedly approached Cellectis with a deal that could value it at about $1.64 billion, the Financial Times reported.
Hostess was all but dead after filing for bankruptcy, but now could be worth $2 billion according to the New York Post.
Health care giant Johnson & Johnson has formally accepted a $1.94 billion offer to sell its Cordis heart devices unit to Cardinal Health.
John Carey, EVP & Portfolio Manager at Pioneer Investments, discusses the gains on Wall Street overnight and explains why there's still hope for a Greece deal.
The FMHR traders play the dating game, matching up companies they think should merge. Josh thinks Google and Twitter should merge.
Private equity firms have helped drive M&A activity this year. Christopher Elvin, head of private equity products at Preqin, discusses what's behind this push.
Dan Scott, vice president of Credit Suisse, discusses what is really driving mergers and acquisitions around the globe.
Dan Scott, vice president of Credit Suisse, shares his opinion on the consolidation between Time Warner and Charter Communications.
The Irish government will sell its 25 percent stake in Aer Lingus to British Airways parent IAG, paving the way for a formal bid.
Reynolds American won U.S. antitrust approval to buy rival Lorillard in a deal that would combine the No. 2 and No. 3 U.S. cigarette companies.
The "Fast Money" traders take a look at today's biggest market movers.
Charter Communications is buying Time Warner Cable. Ralph Nader, consumer advocate, discusses what customers really want, and what the FCC should have done.
Charter Communications reached a deal to buy Time Warner Cable for $78 million. Tuna Amobi, Standard & Poor's analyst, and Todd Mitchell, Brean Capital, discuss the future of cable M&A.
Charter Communications' plan to acquire Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks could slow price hikes and improve service.
Crowdsourcing earnings estimates makes sense. But crowdsourcing speculation on THIS topic is downright dangerous, says Herb Greenberg.
Charter CEO Thomas Rutledge explains why his company's bid for Time Warner Cable will succeed where Comcast's failed.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says Twitter is "constantly in motion doing nothing.”
Discussing plans to buy Time Warner Cable, president and CEO of Charter Communications Tom Rutledge says this deal is very different from the previously proposed one with Comcast. Rutledge says the company will still be relatively small committed to growth and expansion.
Discussing regulations, President and CEO of Charter Communications Tom Rutledge says its transaction with Time Warner Cable is different than that with Comcast.