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For the first time in more than three decades, investors can buy shares of Levi Strauss & Co., the world's biggest jeans seller. » Read More
Levi Strauss is expected to begin trading on Thursday. The move comes as its next closest U.S. competitors, VF Corp and Gap Inc., plan corporate shake-ups of their own and customers shift their shopping habits.
Lyft, Slack, Pinterest and Postmates have already filed. Uber and Airbnb are expected to join before the end of the year. But even with the big names and big valuation initial public offerings in 2019, there is evidence the traditional IPO is dying.
Ride-hailing platform Lyft said on Monday it would raise as much as $2 billion in an initial public offering.
Fidelity National Information Services has agreed to buy payment processor Worldpay for about $35 billion.
Constellation Brands is in advanced talks to sell its some of its low-end wine brands to E. & J. Gallo Winery, people familiar with the situation tell CNBC.
Gap Inc. is spinning off its most successful brand, Old Navy. Gap and Banana Republic will join much smaller brands Intermix, Athleta, and Hill City to form an as-yet unnamed company.
Kraft Heinz has hired Royal Bank of Canada to review options for its Breakstone's sour cream and cottage cheese business, which could include a sale, people familiar with the situation tell CNBC.
Barrick Gold and Newmont Mining signed an agreement to create a joint venture for their mining operations in Nevada.
Chipmaker Nvidia is nearing a deal to acquire peer Mellanox Technologies for more than $7 billion in cash.
Deutsche Bank CEO Christian Sewing and Commerzbank CEO Martin Zielke have been in intense talks for some days, Focus magazine reports.
The maker of the popular Instant Pot is merging with Corelle Brands.
Biogen said on Monday it will buy Nightstar Therapeutics for about $800 million in cash as the company looks to tap into a potentially lucrative gene therapy market.
Children's apparel retailer Gymboree was able to sell its band to rival Children's Place, while Gap plans to acquire the bankrupt retailer's high-end children's clothing line Janie and Jack, a bankruptcy court document shows.
Kroger is looking to an outside advertising agency to help oversee its its marketing efforts. The move comes as competition heats up from Walmart, Amazon and others.
CNBC's "Power Lunch" team discusses whether there's more biotech buyouts ahead with Michael Yee of Jefferies.
BlackRock and KKR signed a $4 billion infrastructure investment deal with ADNOC. Henry Kravis, co-CEO of KKR, says he is hoping this will be the first of a "long string of future investments" that the company makes in the region.