America’s $93 billion pipeline of generic pharmaceuticals often starts in places like Toansa, a village in northern India where a drug-making facility rises up beside mustard fields and manure-flecked ox-cart tracks.
Cerberus Capital Management LP’s $9 billion deal to merge Safeway Inc. with Albertsons is a bet that a larger supermarket chain can better fend off an attack on the grocery business by big-box stores and online retailers.
Eike Batista’s oil company will get the first payment in a rescue plan as early as next week, said two people with knowledge of the transaction, offering a glimmer of hope it can salvage some value from Latin America’s biggest corporate debt debacle.
A 64-year-old physicist, identified by Newsweek magazine as Bitcoin’s creator, was chased by reporters through Los Angeles and denied any role in the digital currency, saying he first heard of it three weeks ago.
Three former executives at Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP, once the No. 3 legal adviser to banks handling merger deals, were charged with a “blatant” $200 million fraud that spurred the largest law firm bankruptcy in history.
The growing risk of default by Shanghai Chaori Solar Energy Science & Technology Co. may become China’s “Bear Stearns moment,” prompting investors to reassess credit risks as they did after the U.S. securities firm was rescued in 2008, according to Bank of America Corp.
Controladora Comercial Mexicana SAB, the owner of almost 300 supermarkets and restaurants that is selling itself, has drawn interest in its California-brand eateries from at least two companies, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Controladora Comercial Mexicana SAB, owner of almost 300 supermarkets and restaurants, has put itself up for sale and is asking potential buyers to submit offers, three people with direct knowledge of the proposal said.
USEC Inc., a producer of enriched uranium for nuclear power plants that was sold by the U.S. government in 1998, sought bankruptcy protection with a plan to hand control to noteholders after an oversupply of the fuel hurt its business. The shares fell as much as 29 percent.