While AT&T Inc.’s $95-a-share bid to purchase DirecTV puts a lid on prices of contracts to buy the stock, options traders are willing to dish out more for protection in case the deal falls apart.
Hillshire Brands Co. investors would rather see their company hunted by a meat producer than buying up vegetable brands.
Pfizer Inc. isn’t going to give up that easily when a $100 billion deal is on the line.
Large deals make sense for Pfizer Inc. and AstraZeneca Plc, even if not with each other.
Energy drinks, which have been linked to deaths and hospitalizations, may boost blood pressure and lead to an erratic heartbeat, a study found.
To see just how much power regulators wield over mergers, look no further than T-Mobile US Inc.’s shares yesterday.
"Obviously changing the auditor this late in the reviewing process will harm people's confidence."
- Sachin Shah on Jul 18, 2014
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