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True Religion Gives Off Warning Signs Reminiscent of Sports Authority, American Apparel

True Religion Gives Off Warning Signs Reminiscent of Sports Authority, American Apparel

The denim company, which was taken private in 2013, faces a high risk of default.

Why Callaway Golf Could Take a Swing at Even More Acquisitions

Why Callaway Golf Could Take a Swing at Even More Acquisitions

The company is on the prowl.

Medical Device Companies Vascular Solutions, Teleflex Agree to $1 Billion Merger

Medical Device Companies Vascular Solutions, Teleflex Agree to $1 Billion Merger

Teleflex has agreed to acquire the medical device company for about $1 billion after the target and its CEO were acquitted in a criminal case earlier in the year.

Pilgrim's Pride Gobbles up Minnesota Poultry Company

Pilgrim's Pride Gobbles up Minnesota Poultry Company

Family-owned hog producer Maschoffs LLC owned GNP for three years, during which time revenues increased 15%.

Sun's Taro Unit Names New CEO Amid Generics Investigation

Sun's Taro Unit Names New CEO Amid Generics Investigation

The India pharma giant also purchases an 85.1% interest in Biosintez for $60 million.

Atwood, Seadrill Continue to be Top Offshore Takeover Picks

Atwood, Seadrill Continue to be Top Offshore Takeover Picks

Industry followers continue to see M&A as a way to fuel a turnaround for the beaten down space, and are now looking for first movers with oil above $50.

Rolling Stone Sells Minority Stake to Singaporeon Investor

Rolling Stone Sells Minority Stake to Singaporeon Investor

Wenner Media's pop culture magazine agrees to sell a 49% stake to BandLab Technologies and will use the new investment to expand into new markets overseas.

Corvex Calls Off Director Fight After Williams Shakes Up Its Board

Corvex Calls Off Director Fight After Williams Shakes Up Its Board

The natural gas operator installed two new directors, including the former CEO of Occidental Petroleum, as Keith Meister calls off a change-of-control proxy fight

Cemex to pay Down debt with plant sale to Eagle Materials

Cemex to pay Down debt with plant sale to Eagle Materials

The seller will use the $400 million in proceeds to pay down its $984 million in net liabilities, while Eagle Materials will tack on some more debt of its own.

Under Activist Pressure to Break Up, Bob Evans CEO Says 'All Options on the Table'

Under Activist Pressure to Break Up, Bob Evans CEO Says 'All Options on the Table'

The lack of clarity around the restaurant chain and packaged foods business strategic review suggests that insurgent Tom Sandell may escalate his insurgency.