Florida-based BankUnited, Inc. (NYSE:BKU) receives bid of approximately $25 per share from Toronto-Dominion Bank (NYSE:TD) and BB&T Corporation (NYSE:BBT) according to The New York Post, although the company is said to not be in formal talks. However, the offers remain below BankUnited’s Thursday close of $25.70 and also its asking price of between $27 and $29.
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Fair Isaac Corporation (NYSE:FICO) purchases the risk-management software company Adeptra for $115 million in cash. This transaction should allow Fair Isaac a wider array of offerings of business and management services; the firm is known for its creation of the FICO credit score.
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