Agius departs following the bank's $453 million settlement of an investigation into alleged interest rate manipulation.

Technology distributor Ingram Micro ( IM) agreed to acquire wireless device distributor BrightPoint ( CELL) for $840 million, including debt.

The offer of $9 a share is a 66% premium to BrightPoint's closing price Friday of $5.41.

Ingram shares gained about 0.5% and BrightPoint's stock surged more than 66%.

Germany's Linde agreed to buy Lincare Holdings ( LNCR) for about $3.8 billion.

Under the deal, Linde will pay $41.50 a share for Lincare, a leader in the U.S. home respiratory market. Lincare shares popped more than 21%.

Apple ( AAPL) agreed to pay $60 million to Shenzhen Proview Technology to settle a dispute in China over ownership of the iPad name, a court announced Monday, according to a report from The Associated Press.

The deal removes a potential obstacle to sales of the iPad in China, a key market. Apple's stock rose 1.49%.


-- Written by Andrea Tse and Joe Deaux in New York.

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