Discussing the lull in the M&A market with Rob Kindler, Morgan Stanley vice chairman and global head of M&A, and what he sees for the deal landscape in the second half of the year. » Read More
Halliburton is in late-stage talks to acquire a U.S. oilfield equipment supplier backed by Oklahoma energy and banking billionaire George Kaiser. » Read More
Apollo Global Management has raised $23.5 billion in creating the largest buyout fund ever.
CNBC's David Faber reports on Sprint's possible deals with T-Mobile as well as Charter Communications and Comcast.
Michael Olsen, senior research analyst at Piper Jaffray, projects what's to come from Amazon after its recent merge with Whole Foods.
China’s government and companies are “rationalizing” their use of debt, said Eugene Qian, chairman of UBS’ China strategy board.
A probe into several of China's largest overseas asset buyers is a healthy sign that regulators are getting on top of things, an investor said.
Eugene Qian, chairman of UBS' China strategy board, says Chinese companies are still acquiring even though the size of each deal is now smaller.
Sprint is in exclusive talks with Charter Communications and Comcast on a potential wireless services deal, CNBC has confirmed.
Rite Aid stock is up over 11 percent in midday trading Monday, and the FTC looks increasingly to approve Rite Aid's merger with Walgreens.
Building materials supplier Martin Marietta Materials said it agreed to buy construction material producer Bluegrass Materials for about $1.63 billion in cash.
The health-tech, education technology and financial sectors could see an uptick in M&A, says Ryan Roberts, MCM Partners.
Fitch downgraded Noble, as poor liquidity and weak profitability continue to hinder the turnaround of the struggling commodities trader.
Russian billionaire Fridman's fund L1 Retail has agreed to buy Holland & Barrett for about $2.3 billion, according to a source.
Daniel Loeb's Third Point hedge fund on Sunday unveiled a substantial Nestle stake and advised the company to shed its L'Oreal stake.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports that Wal-Mart is not considering a bid for Whole Foods. The "Closing Bell" desk weighs in.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories.
Robert Profusek, Jones Day head of M&A, provides insight to vertical deals, Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods and the outlook on mergers and acquisition through the end of the year.
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