Apollo Tyres' deal for Cooper Tire signals a shift in the auto industry, as U.S. players recover from a near collapse.
SoftBank's new offer for Sprint and Paulson & Co.'s crucial support indicate a common ground between Wall Street and consumer interests.
Timken will consider a breakup, heeding Relational Investors' shareholder proposal.
Former SEC chair Mary Schapiro may play a continued role in reforming the money market industry.
Insider trading may be emerging as a new risk to international deal making.
There is a chain reaction yet to happen in wireless consolidation.
A top Smithfields Foods shareholder supports its sale and will cash out.
Sprint says Dish's $4.40 a share Clearwire offer is not actionable.
The U.S. wireless consumer has taken a backseat to narrow self interest in industry consolidation.
Dell's board of directors has recommended shareholders vote in favor of a $13.65 a share buyout bid.