Fred Hassan, managing director of healthcare and consumer for Warburg Pincus, says we will see more M&A in the health care sector.» Read More
CNBC's Courtney Reagan looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories.
Investing in gambling? Shares of PENN, a domestic casino company on the move, stand out with the rest of the industry in flux.
The Financial Times and The Economist were sold to help Pearson’s push into education become “one of the great global growth stories of the next decade,” the company’s CEO told CNBC.
Mergers and acquisitions have set a blistering pace this year, and that is unlikely to slow until shareholders stop rewarding deals.
Michael Carr, Goldman Sachs global co-head of M&A, weighs in on the record year of deal-making that has been occurring in the markets.
With global dealmaking this year expected to exceed the record levels of 2007, Lazard Vice Chairman Gary Parr tells CNBC why he's not worried about froth.
Houlihan Lokey celebrates its IPO today at the NYSE. CEO Scott Beiser, shares his view of M&A activity, and where restructuring is taking place.
Discussing the health of mergers and acquisitions, and potential risks to deals, with Gary Parr, Lazard Vice Chairman.
Burkhard Lohr, CFO of K+S, explains why his company has rejected the offer from Canada's Potash Corp of 41 euros per share.
Japanese telecoms group SoftBank, the majority owner of Sprint, said it acquired 22.9 million additional shares in the U.S. wireless carrier.
Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz, CEO of Mirvac, says upbeat performances in the residential, commercial and retail property sectors contributed to the 36 percent rise in full-year profit.
Fidelity National Information Services purchased SunGard Data Systems for $9 billion. Gary Norcross, FIS president and CEO, details reasons for the acquisition.
Insight on M&A activity and its trajectory, with Robert Kindler, Morgan Stanley Vice chairman and head of M&A.
Payment services provider Fidelity National Information Services said it would buy financial software maker SunGard Data Systems for $9.1 billion.
Dissecting the trends driving mergers and acquisitions, with Matt Porzio, Intralinks Vice President, and Bob Doll, Nuveen Asset Management.
Standard & Poor's said it may downgrade Berkshire because it plans to spend a lot of cash to finance its $32 billion Precision Castparts purchase.
Andy Bruce, chief executive of Lookers, talks about the U.K. auto sales industry and his company's first-half earnings.
Pearson, fresh from agreeing the sale of the Financial Times newspaper, said on Wednesday it would sell its 50 percent stake in the Economist Group to its existing investors.
Kasper Rorsted, CEO of Henkel, discusses his company's second quarter results and whether it will need to lower prices in emerging markets.
Gene Urcan, Brean Capital managing director, weighs in on the Google/Alphabet restructuring and whether this will speak more M&A at Google.