Goodwin Procter LLP advised Cole Credit Property Trust II Inc. on its agreement to merge with Spirit Realty Capital Inc. in a stock transaction that would create a company with 2,012 properties in 48 U.S. states. Ropes & Gray LLP represented the Special Committee of CCPT II. Latham & Watkins LLP advised Spirit.
It’s after dark at the Stanley Rowe Towers public housing project in Cincinnati’s West End, and Irvin Carney, a 24-year-old volunteer with President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign, is at a resident’s doorstep, quizzing her about precisely when and how she’s going to cast her early ballot in Ohio.
The San Francisco Giants, backed by owners from Microsoft Corp. , Cisco Systems Inc., Yahoo! Inc. and Intel Corp., are bringing Silicon Valley knowhow to bear as they take on the Texas Rangers in the World Series.
U.S. prosecutors in Virginia plan to step up pursuit of financial fraud cases, taking advantage of a court holding two years ago that their district has jurisdiction over crimes linked to federal securities filings.
Franklin Resources Inc. is beating every money manager in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index this year. The reason may be investor disdain for equities in the U.S., one of the world’s few stock markets showing a gain.
Roger Clemens lied to Congress about using steroids and human growth hormone to protect his chances of election to the Hall of Fame, a U.S. prosecutor told jurors as the ex-pitcher’s perjury trial began in Washington.
Invesco Ltd ., the Atlanta firm whose shares have outperformed rival money managers over the past five years, may lead that group in third-quarter profit growth, helped by the purchase of Morgan Stanley’s mutual funds business.