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Why Would Dell Want to Buy EMC and VMWare?

Analysts say a deal would benefit both companies, but could Dell raise the $40 billion in debt that would be needed?

Could Nelson Peltz Still Split Up DuPont?

DuPont CEO Ellen Kullman’s interim replacement Edward Breen is likely to intrigue activist investors like Nelson Peltz, who has tried and so far failed to break up DuPont.

Ramifications for Ford, General Motors Not Clear After Chrysler Union Snafu

Worker rejection of a UAW-endorsed contract illustrates the growing tension in Detroit six years removed from the restructuring, giving investors something else to worry about.

Alcoa Plans 2016 Spinoff of Its Manufacturing Business

The aluminum giant has invested nearly $5 billion over the past four years to build up its finished-products operation. Now, it will become separate publicly traded company.

Volkswagen Scandal Opens Door to Possible Fiat Takeover

Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne has been frustrated in his efforts to find a merger partner. With regulators out for Volkswagen's blood, the Fiat CEO might finally succeed.

Why FedEx Keeps Delivering Disappointing Earnings

After missing earnings estimates for a second straight quarter, the shipping giant needs to absolutely, positively make its acquisitions start returning some value.

Five Contractors With Weak Defenses Against a Government Shutdown

Northrop Grumman, CACI International and other government contractors have become more vulnerable since the great recession. A looming shutdown could have a major impact.

Ouster of United's Smisek Was Long Time Coming

CEO Jeff Smisek resigned Tuesday amid a probe into why United began direct flights to Columbia, S.C., where the chairman of the New York Port Authority has a summer home.

United Technologies' Successful Moves Haven't Helped Shares

New CEO Greg Hayes has accomplished a lot in his first year, but the stock is down 20% for 2015. What could the industrial giant try next?

Republic Closer to Bankruptcy as Teamsters Ground Proposed Pilot Deal

Labor leaders want to return to negotiate but the airline said if the proposed contract isn't signed, it's filing for bankruptcy.

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