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Sibur's largest expansion project is expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2019, which then opens the door for further discussions on listing the company's shares, said Chief Executive Officer Dmitry Konov.
Walgreens will purchase files and related pharmacy inventory of 185 Fred's stores across 10 Southeast states.
Activist investor Daniel Loeb's hedge fund Third Point announced its intention on Friday to replace Campbell Soup's entire board.
The Department of Justice is close to approving CVS Health's acquisition of Aetna and Cigna's acquisition of Express Scripts, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter.
With its balance sheet solidly in the black and a plan to double sales over the next few years on the back of new products, Aston has announced it is ready for a long-rumored IPO.
The falling pizza sales and bad publicity have left the company at risk of breaching its lending agreements on $579 million in outstanding debt if it can't turn things around soon.
Buffett, along with private equity firm 3G Capital is an investor in Kraft Heinz. The ketchup maker has been cited as a logical buyer of Campbell, which activist investor Dan Loeb has been pressuring to sell.
Saudi Arabia's energy minister, Khalid al-Falih, denied reports that the kingdom has scrapped plans to list shares of state-owned energy giant Aramco. Alejandro Barbajosa of Argus Media weighs in.
Saudi Arabia's national oil company has postponed its potentially record-breaking initial public offering, but Saudi Aramco is now pursuing various alternative transactions to support its big spending plans. NYT reports.
What do Uber, Tesla and Spotify have in common? The companies are all unprofitable, but they still attract huge investments because of their phenomenal growth. CNBC's Xin En Lee explores if profit still matters.
U.S M&A has cracked $1 trillion. Scott Sperling, Thomas H. Lee Partners co-president, joins the 'Squawk Box' team to discuss why it's booming.
Sources previously told CNBC Farfetch is aiming for a valuation as high as $5 billion.
SodaStream will give PepsiCo a new way of reaching customers in their homes.
Going private, which typically happens by way of a merger or a buyout of investors, involves board meetings, shareholder consent and a variety of other corporate governance matters.
Major players in the beverage industry will follow Constellation Brands into the cannabis industry, "Bar Rescue" host Jon Taffer told CNBC on Wednesday.
Elon Musk's social media outbursts could land him in some uncomfortably hot water, according to Laura Unger, a former SEC commissioner and the agency's acting chairman under President George W. Bush.