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How Lower Tech Valuations Will Change the IPO, M&A Outlook

Equity and debt markets present opportunities for Apple, Alphabet, Cisco, Intel and others.

Lions Gate Sends Starz an Early Valentine but Both Stocks Flop

The John Malone-backed studio Lions Gate explores a merger with the John Malone-backed pay-TV network Starz. Shareholders are displeased Friday, though.

Yahoo! Spins, Streamlines -- and Sinks
Yahoo! Spins, Streamlines -- and Sinks

02/04/16 - 10:21 AM EST

Marissa Mayer's efforts to revitalize Yahoo! receive a cold reception on Wall Street.

Twitter Going Private? Here's Why It Likely Won't Happen

Stock markets loved the idea of a leveraged buyout but would the debt markets support a $12 billion privatization? Jim Cramer thinks not.

Why Mario Gabelli Doesn't Love iHeart Media's Debt Antics

The activist investor claims iHeart Media (IHRT) is taking advantage of its publicly traded advertising subsidiary's outside investors to fix its balance sheet, generate cash and manage its debt load.

Stressed Out: Why Sprint, AMD and 3D Systems are Gaining Today

Hope for turnarounds springs eternal for these tech and telecom stocks on the Real Money index of 20 companies. Sprint may have the best case to make.

Cutting Cord to HBO Could Be Costly for Time Warner

Moody's says guarantees to Time Warner debt holders complicate a spinoff of the cable network.

Univision Courts Millennials With 'The Onion,' but What About Its IPO?

The Spanish-language media group Univision has delayed a stock offering amid an inhospitable environment. But that may change in 2016.

Qihoo Leads a Chinese Exodus From U.S. Markets

The Beijing Internet outfit Qihoo isn't the first U.S.-listed Chinese company to leave New York markets, and it won't be the last.

Yahoo! Gives Up on Alibaba Spinoff
Yahoo! Gives Up on Alibaba Spinoff

12/09/15 - 03:19 PM EST

Though the Internet group Yahoo! is changing its plans for its future and for its Alibaba stake, the board did not decide to sell the core advertising and search business.

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