Yahoo believes that it has still value so it does not have to go down with Verizon.
Atlanta has once again opened its door for RA Dickey for another contract.
Last week’s $47 billion offer by British American Tobacco PLC for full control of Reynolds American Inc., if accepted, could give the London-based giant a chance to catch up in a technological race that is reshaping the industry.
The deal between TD Ameritrade and Bank Deal is almost near to the scottrade deal.
Not gaining enough support, Oracle threatens to end NetSuite deal.
DocSend received a new investment round totaling in $8 million to enhance its service on documents sharing and documents analytics. The startup has been focusing in documents as the core of most business deals.
Synova Capital has sold its UK fashion accessories brand TLG Brands to Hong Kong’s Global Brands Group. Under Synova’s ownership, TLG Brands has been seeing strong growth and more presence in international as well as online markets.
Nissin has made its takeover approach to Premier Foods by buying 17.3 percent stake in the company. The deal made Nissin Premier Foods’ largest stakeholder, but the company must agree to not make a takeover bid to Premier Foods in at least six months.
FedEx said in a statement that “a new entity competing” with the company will have to spend tens of billions of dollars to replicate its current extensive network. The statement, referring to Amazon’s new plan to get into the logistic business, also assured that FedEx’s relationship with Amazon remain strong.
General Motors Acquired Silicon Valley-based Cruise Automation, Aims to Integrate Autonomous Cars Software to Manufacturing
General Motors is moving forward to compete in the autonomous car markets. The giant automaker has acquired a driverless cars software maker, Cruise Automation, for reportedly more than $1 billion.
Earlier this month, Chinese state-owned company ChemChina reached an acquisition deal of $43 billion with Swiss company Syngenta. After clearing regulation requirements in China, ChemChina is now seeking out loans of more than $35 billion from bankers to fund the purchase.
The King of Good Times, or Vijay Mallya, reached an agreement with spirits giant Diageo to leave the booze business. He is resigning his position as United Spirits Ltd chairman while Diageo takes full management ownership of the company.
SunEdison Inc. acquired Vivint Solar after Vivint’s shareholders overwhelmingly approved the deal of about $1.9 billion. SunEdison, once the world’s largest renewable energy company, is now facing a financial crisis with billions of debt after massive acquisition binge and plummeting stocks.
The British company formed a partnership worth $7.6 million to develop hydrogen fuel cell technology for smartphones. The technology would create a need to modify the hardware of the smartphone to manage the chemical reaction waste. Intelligent Energy stated that if all goes well, the new technology could hit the market in two years.
Both ChemChina and Syngenta have agreed on the amount of $34 billion for ChemChina to acquire the Swiss company. The acquisition, if completed, would be the biggest foreign purchase ever made by a Chinese company. However, the trend shows that Chinese company are showing interest in investing overseas, especially in the Western countries.