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July 19, 2011
Mergers & Acquisitions: Will International Paper and Clorox Swallow the Poison Pill?
Analysis of important mergers and acquisitions between companies in the business world...
February 22, 2011
The Rumor Mill: This Week’s Merger and Acquisition Rumors
Which company is weighing its "strategic options"? Which exchanges will merge next? Take a look at Wall St. Cheat Sheet's guide to merger rumors!
January 17, 2011
The Rumor Mill: Mergers & Acquisitions in Question, January 17
Wall Street Cheat Sheet gives you the scoop on possible upcoming deals!
December 13, 2010
Is Borders a Dead Fish Trying to Swallow a Barnes & Noble Whale?
Barnes & Noble has been up for sale since August, and a potential buyer has finally come through the woodwork. William Ackman, the manager of Pershing Square Capital Management, would like to help Borders finance an acquisition. Seems like a good match? Think again.
October 25, 2010
NSTAR: The Yin to Northeast Utilities’ Yang
Will this newly-merged power company be one of the next clean energy growth stories, or will it become just another clunky conglomerate?
October 18, 2010
Will Potash’s Prince Ever Come?
This week, we will take a look at what’s going on with BHP Billiton and its marriage proposal to Potash, especially in light of the recent twist in this dramatic saga: Sinochem allegedly dropped plans to place a counter-bid! Is Prince Charming no longer around the corner?
October 11, 2010
Look! There Genzyme Stands Like a Stone Wall
Genzyme will likely stall and stonewall until it gets a price that it wants, either from Sanofi-Aventis or a White Knight. Even Stonewall himself knew when to avoid stonewalling. Genzyme will need to justify a higher price if it expects to get one.
August 17, 2010
Bid for Potash Corp. Ignites Rally in the Fertilizer Sector
Shares of Potash are trading considerably higher this morning after the company's board announced they rejected BHP's bid to buy the company for $130 per share.
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