Family Dollar shareholders may be a little bit disappointed even after Dollar General surprised some on Wall Street by offering $78.50 a share in cash for the company.
Dollar General investors will come up a winner no matter how the company’s M&A coin flip goes.
Deutsche Telekom could begin selling down its controlling stake in T-Mobile in October.
Sprint may soon aggressively cut its wireless prices under new Marcelo Claure.
Turning to gambling instead of revitalizing and reinvesting in the city’s history and architecture, in retrospect, appears to have been poor urban planning on Atlantic City’s part.
Behind King Digital's headline earnings miss things appear even worse for the company.
According to an amended F-1 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Alibaba’s 37.5% ownership of Alipay is no longer capped at $6 billion.
Maybe Dollar General simply isn't interested in buying Family Dollar.
Kinder may be able to push the nation’s largest pipeline company into the market for oil, gas and coal reserves.
Casablanca Capital will still need to pay the outgoing board and many top executives at Cliffs.