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Big deals on Merger Monday -- September's first when the markets were open.
Dollar General might know how to offer deals to its customers, but will it get the deal it really wants?
Family Dollar CEO Howard Levine has his dance card full these days with Dollar General and Dollar Tree courting their discount retail competitor.
The markets are hanging fire waiting for Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen's annual speech at the Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
With their much anticipated move to Brooklyn's Barclay's center from their Long Island home, the New York Islanders are up for change.
RadioShack's turnaround is still in the future as the electronics retailer tries to close down 200-plus stores and do something about its debt.
Retailers are trying to respond to the brave new world of online shopping, but not by trying to expand their own e-commerce presence.
After rural landline telephone company Windstream said it had gotten the go-ahead to spin off its fiber and copper networks into a REIT, its stock soared 23%.
When approached about whether it had spoken with potential suitors, Gas Natural responded with a flat denial, claiming its board had not talked to anyone about a possible sale.
Reynolds American and Lorillard are smoking up a merger that, with debt, is valued at $24.7 billion.