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News that Citadel's market-making arm plans to buy KCG's NYSE floor seats raises a lot of questions, says Ron Insana.
Chobani wanted to sell a minority stake while outside investors like PepsiCo were looking for a majority stake in the company.
Matt Porzio, Intralinks, shares his predictions on M&A activity in 2016.
Apollo Education on Monday said it has agreed to be taken private by a group a investors in a deal valued at about $1.1 billion.
Jim Cramer spoke with the CEO of Verizon Communications, who shed light on the company's interest in Yahoo.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories.
Michael Carr, co-head of Goldman Sachs' mergers and acquisitions unit, discusses the outlook for deals in 2016 and what roadblocks exist to sustained M&A activity.
Chicago Stock Exchange said on Friday an investor group led by China's Chongqing Casin Enterprise Group has agreed to buy the company.
Financial advisor Mitch Goldberg sees a big problem: too much cash, and too few good ideas for where to invest it in the stock market.
ArcelorMittal launched plans to raise $3 billion in fresh capital in a bid to reduce debt in the face of weak steel and mining sectors.
Antonin Jullier, global head of equity trading strategy at Citi, discusses the impact of the deal between Royal Dutch Shell and BG.
Goh Soo Jin, co-head of Platinum Equity, Singapore, explains why 2016 will be a great year for M&A activity.
U.S. toymakers Mattel and Hasbro have held talks about a possible merger according to sources familiar with the matter.
The studio behind the "Hunger Games" franchise has a 2.31 percent stake in class A shares of Starz.
S&P Capital IQ's Rich Peterson explains the uptick in recent M&A activity.
RBC Capital Markets lead tech analyst Mark Mahaney talks about what Yahoo and Netflix need to do to boost their businesses.
Lowe's Canada and Rona will create a retailer with 2015 pro-forma revenue of about $2.28 billion, Lowe's said on Wednesday.
Syngenta is to be bought by the Chinese state-owned company ChemChina for over $43 billion. CNBC caught up with the Swiss group's chairman to find out more.
The takeover of Syngenta by ChemChina does not amount to a Chinese nationalization of the Swiss agrichemicals giant.
From an anti-trust perspective, Syngenta doesn’t see any complications in the ChemChina deal, says its chairman explains.