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A number of magazines reportedly are on the block or are attracting interest, including Us Weekly, Time, Playboy and The Hollywood Reporter.
CEO Crane's group appears to be out of luck.
A $1.2 billion deal to sell its enthusiast magazines and Web sites pumped up shares.
Motorola mayhem; ICE breaker; Qualcomm quarrels; Blockbuster bash; EGL plucked.
The freight concern agrees to a revised bid from a group led by its CEO.
EGL climbs higher on a renewed takeout bid.
Kodak moment; New Century nailed; Nortel nonsense; Sallie seller; EGL plucked.
TSC's Scott Moritz helps break down the action in tech stocks. Citi's Steve Wieting dishes on the data.
Shares of Wellco Enterprises soar on news of a buyout.
Shares plunge 18% after a buyout backer backs out.
Selling calendar spreads is a better strategy than buying calls on every rumor.
Shares drop after the driller cuts estimates, sending other oil stocks lower as well.
CEO James Crane and private equity firm General Atlantic team up with a $36-a-share proposal.
He may have convinced us to want inflation targets by botching the bedside-manner approach.
Shares fall on news of a follow-on offering.
Shares are hit on weak quarter and guidance.
The market correctly forecast the election over the pollsters, so the postelection rally may have already occurred.
The trend is higher, but a short-term pullback remains very likely. Also, charts on Maytag, Intuit and more.
The T2108 is at a notable low. Plus, Berkshire Hathaway, Kellogg and more.
The combined company is expected to have a stock market capitalization of about $1.5 billion, according to EGL.
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