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Roughly 42% of multibillion-dollar deals leak early — and the scoops are hurting companies’ marketing strategies
Leaks bring vastly decreased media attention on announcement day as readers already digested the news, communications firm Abernathy MacGregor found.
‘Merger Monday’ is back, with more than $60 billion of deals announced today. Here are the 5 biggest.
Major deals such as mergers and aquisitions are often announced on Mondays because company boards typically vote on Sundays.
GM’s bombshell lawsuit against FCA alleges years of corruption and includes claims about a failed 2015 merger
GM alleged that this racketeering scheme corrupted UAW labor agreements in 2009, 2011, and 2015, and that FCA's leadership was central to the scheme.
Uber’s CEO says the company considered buying Caviar before DoorDash snapped up the competitor for $410 million
Dara Khosrowshahi hinted Uber might not be interested in acquiring smaller competitors despite the boon in delivery mergers.
AbbVie expects the acquisition to generate at least $2 billion in pre-tax synergies and cost reductions within three years.
The major challenge with the proposed deal was always going to be with the French government, which controls 15% of Renault.
Tesla is going it alone while other carmakers are partnering and merging — here’s why Elon Musk doesn’t have a choice
At one time, a tie-up with Tesla might have made sense, but Tesla now wouldn't bring much to a deal.
Immediately after the merger plan was revealed, the French and Italian governments moved to secure jobs.
Fiat Chrysler’s business is already complicated — a merger with Renault would make it even more challenging
On its face, the proposed merger looks like a tie-up of Fiat and Renault, companies that have struggled as the industry has witnessed surging sales.
Barclays says talk of any Deutsche Bank merger is a red flag for earnings — and the UK bank is slashing its price targets
"Profitability may have deteriorated further in the fourth quarter, and the current strategy/targets are looking less and less viable," Barclays said.