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Campbell and other food companies have struggled to create growth on their own, and there is little left for them to buy.
Banks haven't joined in the recent M&A activity in recent years. But, a bank deal announced this week may signal that's about to change, the Financial Times reports.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says he wouldn't count out Comcast Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts just yet.
Disney's stock offer would allow Fox to spin off the assets tax free, while a cash offer from Comcast would result in a taxable spin, sources say.
Comcast says it's in "advanced stages of preparing" an offer for parts of Twenty-First Century Fox that the Rupert Murdoch company agreed to sell to Disney.
Directors from Barclays and Stanchart met to discuss the potential benefits of merging, the Financial Times reported.
SoftBank Group said on Wednesday it is selling its roughly 20 percent stake in Indian e-commerce firm Flipkart to Walmart.
Eric Kuby of North Star Investment Management explains the reasons behind the uptick in global mergers and acquisitions.
Worldwide deal-making surged to the $2 trillion mark this week, adding to the all-time record pace already set this quarter, according to data from Thomson Reuters Deals Intelligence.
Ousted MGM CEO Gary Barber is speaking to investment banks about financing an offer to acquire the privately held U.S. movie studio.
Ray Wang of Constellation Research says the content piece is "very important" for businesses in the music services space.
Hugh Dive of Atlas Funds Management says he expects Harbour Energy's bid for Santos to go through pending regulatory scrutiny.
Atul Goyal of Jefferies says Sony has stepped away from "commodity products" such as televisions and personal computers and is instead focusing on higher margin sectors which are an "oligopoly or duopoly."
Sony has reached an agreement with a consortium of Abu Dhabi's Mubadala Investment to acquire all its interest in EMI Music Publishing, for $1.9 billion.
The parties have until 5 p.m. May 24 for submissions before he makes a final decision on whether to intervene.
Blackstone said it would buy U.S. hotel owner LaSalle Hotel Properties for $3.7 billion, topping a rival bid from Pebblebrook Hotel Trust in April for $3.5 billion.