Coca-Cola Co.’s investment has quickly driven bearish traders away from Keurig Green Mountain Inc. It will take a lot longer to see if Coke gulps down the rest of the coffee maker.
Olam International Ltd., the Singapore-based commodities trader that short-seller Carson Block has said is worthless, just got a lot more valuable.
Aaron’s Inc. shareholders are so convinced private-equity suitor Vintage Capital Management LLC will boost its takeover bid for the appliance-leasing company that they’re willing to risk $300 million.
Traders are betting the hottest bidding war of 2014 isn’t over, even after Amcol International Corp. lured its sixth increased offer in three weeks.
Energy drinks, which have been linked to deaths and hospitalizations, may boost blood pressure and lead to an erratic heartbeat, a study found.
Time is running out for Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. to make good on its $4.7 billion bid for BlackBerry Ltd.
Traders are betting that a bidding war for anti-aging cream maker Obagi Medical Products Inc. isn’t over yet.
Schiff Nutrition International Inc. has traders betting that what’s already the most expensive deal in the vitamin industry is about to get even pricier.
Bill Ackman’s best shot at salvaging his investment in J.C. Penney Co. is to push the department store to go private before it runs out of cash and loses another billion dollars for shareholders.
"This essentially throws his short thesis out the window, but it's unclear if he's losing money."
- Sachin Shah on Mar 14, 2014
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