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Verizon is working on its bid for Yahoo's core assets with an investment bank which was, as recently as last year, one of the company's top advisers.
A top Apple executive raised the prospect of the iPhone maker buying Time Warner at a meeting with the owner of HBO, CNN and Warner Brothers.
The Singapore Exchange (SGX) is in exclusive talks to buy London's Baltic Exchange, the two companies said on Wednesday.
AT&T put in a bid for Yahoo's core business and is still in the race, according to a Bloomberg report citing sources.
Dennis Gartman, founder, editor & publisher of The Gartman Letter, comments on Monsanto's decision to reject the Bayer acquisition proposal.
An estimated 30,000 to 40,000 people from HP Enterprise Services are expected to get laid off, says Global Equities Research's Trip Chowdhry.
CNBC's David Faber reports quarterly results from Hewlett Packard and the tax free deal between Hewlett-Packard and Computer Science.
Regulators approved Anheuser-Busch InBev's takeover of SABMiller on condition that it sell almost all of SABMiller's beer business in Europe.
Jennifer Nason, JPMorgan Global Chairman, is forecasting consolidation in the technology and media space.
Monsanto turned down Bayer's $62B bid as "incomplete and financially inadequate" but said it was open to engage further in negotiations.
The investment bank is pushing into consumer businesses as it continues to 'grow up.'
The German pharmaceutical and chemicals firm Bayer has outlined a mammoth bid for a U.S. firm beset by reputational issues.
Telecom network equipment maker Nokia may cut 10,000 to 15,000 jobs as part of a cost-cutting programme, a union representative said.
Kirsty Wilson, senior analyst at Mergermarket, looks at the potential bidders for U.S. agrichemicals giant Monsanto, including potential interest from China.
Ralph Hamers, CEO of ING, says banks are cautious to make big moves such as M&A and talks about how his bank is planning to grow.
John Rountree, managing partner at Novasecta, talks about whether or not the Bayer-Monsanto merger would create more or less innovation and value.
Scott Moeller, director of the M&A Research Centre at Cass Business School, and John Rountree, from Novasecta, discuss the Bayer-Monsanto deal.
Just when you thought the dearth of M&A in Europe was here to stay, Bayer sweeps in with a $62 billion bid for U.S. giant Monsanto.
Bayer's shareholders were not given any indication that the firm would expand into the crop space, explains Sachin Shah from Albert Fried and Company.
The bank has redefined itself in the wake of the global financial crisis, and Goldman Sachs feels fine.
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