Mergers and Acquisitions


Time to stick a fork in the AT&T-T-Mobile deal?

Nov 29, 2011
Recent maneuvers point to a dim future for the wireless acquisition.
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American Airlines after Chapter 11

Nov 29, 2011
Airline travel analyst George Hobica discusses American Airlines' legacy and future in light of its bankruptcy filings.
Posted In: American Airlines, bankruptcy, Mergers and Acquisitions

Olympus comes clean after decades of hiding losses

Nov 8, 2011
Japanese camera company Olympus has been hiding its financial losses for years by inflating fees to advisers.
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Yahoo and ABC team up on news online

Oct 3, 2011
Yahoo gives ABC's original news programming 100 million new viewers -- but to keep those viewers, Yahoo needs original content like ABC's.
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AT&T-T-mobile merger moves forward with status hearing

Sep 21, 2011
With several states and rival companies filing complaints, the AT&T/T-mobile merger tries to move forward today at a Department of Justice "status hearing."
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Tyco, Kraft and other companies trend towards splitting up

Sep 20, 2011
We often hear about big acquisitions and mergers in the U.S. business environment, but recently things have been going the other way. What are the advantages to companies breaking up instead of building on?
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With CEO gone, Yahoo could soon be for sale

Sep 7, 2011
As news of Yahoo firing their CEO comes out, questions are raised as to whether the company will soon officially be for sale.
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Why is the AT&T-T-Mobile merger different?

Sep 1, 2011
Big mergers have been an ongoing trend in American business, especially in the telecom world. So why has the Justice Department singled out AT&T and T-Mobile?
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U.S. sues to block AT&T's takeover of T-Mobile

Aug 31, 2011
The Justice Department sues to scuttle the proposed $39 billion deal, saying AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile merger would reduce competition for cell phone service.
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