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Sandell Goes Activist on Viavi Solutions, Pushes for a Sale

Sandell Asset Management Corp. spearheaded an activist campaign at communications testing company Viavi Solutions Inc. (VIAV) on Tuesday.

What's Next for Textron Now That Lockheed Martin Landed Sikorsky?

United Technologies Corp. (UTX) deal to sell its Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. business to Lockheed Martin Corp. dashed competitor Textron Inc.'s hopes of acquiring Sikorsky itself.

Puerto Rico's PRASA Lacks Bond Insurance in New $750M Debt Raise

The water and sewer authority hopes to avoid a debt restructuring through initiatives such as offering $750 million in new bonds, but sources understand that bond insurers haven't signed on.

Could Mondelez Be a Snack for Nestle or General Mills?

Mondelez International Inc., the company behind snack brands such as Oreo, Ritz crackers, Chips Ahoy!, and Trident gum, is under pressure to evaluate a sale, and buyers may be hungry.

Healthcare M&A Stays Active as Option 1, D&S Hit the Auction Block

Two specialty healthcare providers are the latest entrants to an active healthcare M&A market.

Peabody, Arch Coal May File Chapter 11 Bankruptcy on Obama Rules

Alpha Natural Resources, the nation's largest producer, filed for bankruptcy the day the final version of the Clean Power Plan was unveiled. Arch Coal and Peabody Energy could be next.

Sears Plans $1B Buyback in Debt as Same-Store Sales Drop

Following a double-digit sales decline, the department store chain is offering bondholders a discount on par value, but a premium to the bonds' trading price.

Teva to Buy Allergan Generics for $40.5B, Abandoning Mylan Bid

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (TEVA) announced on Monday that it would acquire the generics business of Allergan plc (AGN) for $40.5 billion.

Puerto Rico Creditor Meeting Pitches an Issuer-by-Issuer Restructuring

The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico's first meeting with its bondholders, was short on details, but it did reveal a few points about Puerto Rico's restructuring strategy.

Puerto Rico Bondholders Scramble to Form Alliances Before Meeting

Creditors see an out-of-court restructuring as the most likely scenario and are scrambling to ally with each other before a July 13 meeting with the commonwealth's so-called working group.

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