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State and federal officials are expected to widen the use of a 25-year-old law against allegedly wayward mortgage lenders.
Blue Jeans Network, the cross-platform video conferencing company, is in a state of high growth and approaching the size to go public, said a source close to the company.
DraftKings is acquiring fantasy sports startup StarStreet, just six weeks after scooping up DraftStreet from IAC/Interactive Corp.
Though Hachette, Perseus and Ingram have called off their deal, M&A is still likely to happen for the three publishing groups.
The need for revenue growth may awaken retail M&A after a two-year slumber.
Entertainment One may be on its way to an acquisition spree with the purchase of Paperny Entertainment, as the Canadian media giant seeks to boost its television division.
Investors say there should be multiple parties willing to pay a premium for the technology company.
With a potential offer from Borealis, the utility taps Goldman to start a sales process.
Canadian gold producer Osisko Mining rejected Goldcorp $2.4 billion bid, warnoing it could employ a poison pill defense.
After coming under shareholder pressure to break itself up, Darden Restaurants took one step toward that direction on Thursday.