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China's Zoomlion Makes Unsolicited $3.3B Bid for Terex

The Chinese company is attempting to break up a planned merger between the U.S. crane and equipment manufacturer and Finland's Konecranes.

Large-Cap Target of the Week: Caterpillar

Construction giant Caterpillar can't pin all its troubles on macroeconomic headwinds.

Astronics' Apple Headache Could Cause Divestiture or Sale

Shares of the aerospace company are down on fears a contract with Apple might not be renewed. Is it time to sell the testing division? Or perhaps the whole company?

Spirit Investors' Flight to M&A May See Delays, Turbulence

Investors expecting a change in CEO means Spirit Airlines will look for a deal could be in for a long wait.

Delta Needs Creativity to Avoid IRS Tax Liability Turbulence

Delta's recent success means the airline will try to get creative about taxes.

Danaher Prepares Its Post-Merger Split, as an Activist Looks Over Its Shoulder

Danaher bought Pall for $13.8 billion, planning to split the resulting industrials unit off from its life sciences core. The question is what Dan Loeb’s Third Point will think.

Canadian Pacific Tries Sweeteners to Lure Norfolk Southern Back to Table

Norfolk Southern doesn't think the proposed merger will survive regulatory scrutiny and wants Canadian Pacific to prove otherwise.

Dow, DuPont Confirm Plans to Merge -- and Then Split

The two iconic chemicals companies Dow Chemical and DuPont will join together to form a $130 billion entity, with plans to then divide into three independent companies within 24 months.

Norfolk Southern Investors Can Win Even if Canadian Pacific Bid Is Derailed

The $28 billion hostile bid puts the pressure on the railroad's management to boost results.

Norfolk Southern Rejects $28.4 Billion Canadian Pacific Buyout Offer as Too Risky

Canadian Pacific's bid, which was fraught with regulatory risk, could be permanently derailed with Norfolk Southern showing little interest in opening negotiations.

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