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Crude oil weighed on stocks again on Monday as Wall Street kicked off a new month on weaker footing.
Former FTC Chairman Bill Kovacic offers his observations and insights on the top contenders' speeches, experience, and likely position on antitrust issues.
The American Antitrust Institute has taken a stand against Israel-based Teva Pharmaceuticals' $40.5 billion deal to acquire the generics operation of Allergan.
San Francisco biopharmaceutical company KaloBios says the highly competitive nature of its industry makes bonus payments necessary to retain eight workers.
Wall Street is still abuzz over Anheuser-Busch’s massive $46 billion bond offering earlier this month.
The chief executive of both poorly performing stocks may be making their already disgruntled investor base even angrier.
Rio Tinto Group is making another move to reduce its coal exposure, on Wednesday it announced the sale of its Mount Pleasant project to Indonesia's Salim Group for $224 million.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer said Chart Industries is a 'stressed' stock because of the drop in oil prices.
The Chinese company is attempting to break up a planned merger between the U.S. crane and equipment manufacturer and Finland's Konecranes.
Sony said Tuesday it is buying modem chip maker Altair Semiconductor for $212 million.
Under pressure from billionaire activist Carl Icahn, AIG said Tuesday that it would return $25 billion to investors over a two year period.
The prepaid debit card issuer hired comedian Steve Harvey to promote its service. It will need more than that to overcome calls for the replacement of its CEO and board.
Johnson Controls and Tyco International have agreed to merge in yet another corporate inversion which will relocate to Cork, Ireland for its corporate headquarters.
Johnson Controls on Monday accelerated its shift away from auto parts and towards building controls, agreeing to merge with Tyco International in a deal valued at $14.35B.
Tyco (TYC) and Johnson Controls (JCI) plan to merge, and Jim Cramer likes the deal for a number of reasons.
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