Stocks to Watch: Dollar Thrifty, Tiffany

NEW YORK -- Car rental giant Hertz Global ( HTZ) reached a deal to smaller rival Dollar Thrifty ( DTG) for about $2.3 billion.

Hertz will buy Dollar Thrifty for $87.50 a share in cash, a premium of 8% over Dollar Thrifty's closing price of $81 on Friday.


Tiffany ( TIF), the upscale jewelry retailer, is expected by analysts Monday to post second-quarter earnings of 74 cents a share, down from 86 cents a share a year earlier.


Apple ( AAPL) plans to unveil its so-called "iPad mini" and its next iPhone at two separate events in the next two months, according to a report.

Apple plans to debut its next generation iPhone at an event on Sept. 12, according to a report by All Things D, which cited anonymous sources. There also has been speculation that Apple would show off a smaller version of its popular iPad at the same time.

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New York Times ( NYT) sold Web site About.com to IAC ( IACI) for $300 million.


Donaldson ( DCI), the filtration-systems maker, is expected by analysts Tuesday to post quarterly earnings of 74 cents a share.


PVH ( PVH), the apparel maker, is seen posting quarterly profit of $1.20 a share.

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-- Written by Joseph Woelfel

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