The industrial conglomerate no longer poses a threat to the global economy. But the buyers of its assets, Wells Fargo and Blackstone, are getting even bigger.
In 2014, most proxy fights that went to a vote ended in outright or partial wins for the dissidents. These battles could go the distance this year.
Deals could allow GE Capital to lose its 'systemically important' category with federal regulators as early as 2016.
Hudson City Bancorp and M&T Bank will "review the situation" after the Fed said it won't complete its review of their merger deal by their April 30 deadline.
Unless Bank of America can stanch a steady drip of disappointing news, it's really just a matter of time before an insurgent hedge fund takes on the giant institution.
Glenn Welling's Engaged Capital wants to install three directors, including himself, on the company's board at the annual meeting, arguing that shareholder returns have been negative overall.
Regions Financial vice president eyes some stress test relief, although the bank uses stress tests as part of its own methodology.
Darden starts sale-lease back tests at 31 properties.
A slumping stock price for TimkenSteel and a rival's investment suggests the steel producer could be a takeover target.
In heated proxy fights, every vote counts, so activists and their targets work to sway small investors.