U.S. fund managers are finding a lot to like about finger-painting and naptime. Fund ownership of Bright Horizons Family Solutions Inc, the only publicly traded daycare company in the United States, swelled 21 percent in the most recently reported quarter according to fund tracker Morningstar.
JetBlue Airways (JBLU.O) on Thursday named Robin Hayes, its current president and a former British Airways executive, to succeed Dave Barger as chief executive, sending the airline's shares up in after-market trading.
Japanese shares jumped on Thursday after the dollar vaulted to a six-year peak on the yen as the Federal Reserve's outlook for rising rates underlined the diverging path between the United states and the rest of the rich world.
With the IPO of microblogging service Twitter recently concluded, the 3% shareholdings of Kingdom Holding initially worth USD300 million in 2011 is now worth USD900 million.
Money managers saw the retreat of IPO valuations for the Robinson's Retail Holdings Inc's IPO due to the devastation wreaked by Typhoon Haiyan.
Feronia identified the private placement equity investors and the breakdowns as to their purchases.
In a bid to trim its portfolio, Nestle had sold to North Castle Partners its interest in weight loss brand Jenny Craig.
Fonterra purchased 6% shareholdings in Bega, which in turn upped the ante for its own bid for Warrnambool Cheese and Butter.
Twitter IPO volume expected to be fully taken because of increased interest from investors.
Blackstone Group LP President Tony James sold 3.25 million shares managed through a firm controlled by his family.
A USD2 billion loan was paid off in full by state owned IPIC from RHB Capital.
The bid made by LinnCo for Berry Petroleum is but one of the transactions that the US SEC is reviewing.
With an upper range of USD20 per share, the total enterprise value of Twitter is at USD10.9 billion.
In a bid to get past the Macy's suits filed against the retailer and Martha Stewart, JCPenney had decided to amend the agreement it had entered into with Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.
Keppel REIT's shares were sold off by sovereign wealth fund Temasek Holdings.
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