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Media companies have been targeted by savvy investors looking to make a quick buck on a corporate turnaround.
Xylem said on Monday it would buy Sensus USA, a provider of advanced metering technologies to utilities, for around $1.7 billion in cash.
Lyft rebuffed acquisition interest from General Motors and will raise a new funding round instead, technology website The Information reported.
Lyft rejected General Motors' approach to buy the entire company, according to The Information. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the details.
CNBC's Seema Mody looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories.
It’s a matter of when, not if, the U.K. leaves the EU. But it’s probably not going to go the way the pundits have predicted.
Through his company CVR Energy, Icahn is preparing a bid for a Brentwood, Tennessee-based refiner, according to a report.
Hilary Wilson, business development manager of investment banking strategy division at Dealogic, discusses M&A activity since the Brexit vote.
Uber's government regulation issues in Taiwan boil down to what type of company it registered itself as, says J.D. Power and Associates' John Humphrey.
Jim Cramer likes Intel's deal to acquire AI start-up Nervana Systems, saying it shows the chipmaker is looking ahead to build, not looking backward.
"It was pretty clear that in Yahoo/AOL, she wouldn't have the same position that she has now," a source told Recode.
Alain Dehaze, CEO of Adecco, comments on the merger between rivals Randstad and Monster and says his company is not considering a bid for Monster.
Baoneng's leveraged acquisition of Vanke shares might not bode well if Baoneng fails in its takeover attempt, says GEO Securities' Francis Lun.
Disney's diversification is starting to pay off as it grows less dependent on a single source of income, says Technalysis Research's Bob O'Donnell.
Disney has grown less cautious and more forward-thinking by introducing new platforms for ESPN content, says Morningstar's Neil Macker.
Technology companies are about to enter a golden era of M&A, thanks to a key game-changer in the industry, an investor said.
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