As Alibaba moves forward with an initial public offering, the company said on Thursday it will list its shares on the New York Stock Exchange under ticker BABA.
CIT Group could buy a bank with about $10 billion in assets, as the commercial lender looks to diversify its deposit base to include more retail deposits.
Adeptus Health, a fast-growing operator of free standing emergency rooms, believes it can profit from the changing landscape for healthcare.
Barnes & Noble says it's preparing to spin off its Nook Media division into a new publicly traded company.
As the deal to buy Alliance Boots proceeds, Walgreen will disclose how it expects to operate and be managed in July or early August.
Goldman Sachs believes there could be a wave of dealmaking among companies that supply equipment to the telecom and cable industries.
General Electric's revised offer for Alstom's energy and transportation businesses includes an array of joint ventures, asset transfers and sales.
A merger between Sprint and T-Mobile may be inevitable, but it is still a high-risk and high-reward deal, according to one Moody's analyst.
If Sprint's majority-owner SoftBank tries to push the telecoms merger with T-Mobile, creating a third wireless carrier in the United States with at least 100 million subscribers, the regulatory risks inherent in a deal could outweigh financial risks.
Add Air Products to Bill Ackman's successful activist investments, after the hedge funder agitates to revamp the company's management and board. Air Products says it hired Seifi Ghasemi, a recent board appointment and former Rockwell Holdings CEO, to replace outgoing CEO John E. McGlade.