Tagged With Mergers And Acquisitions

Slack spikes 32% following reports of potential takeover by Salesforce

Apple reportedly bought a video AI startup for $50 million as it tries to improve Siri and other apps

US stocks trade mixed as investors weigh strong earnings against stimulus hold-up

Xilinx rockets 17% after finalising $35 billion sale to AMD

Dunkin' Brands surges 18% after confirming report that it's in talks to go private for $8.8 billion

Xilinx soars 17% on report rival AMD is in talks to buy it for $30 billion

Social Capital SPAC led by billionaire Chamath Palihapitiya will merge with Clover Health in $3.7 billion deal

Uber's push to expand its food delivery empire just hit another roadblock as the DOJ scrutinizes its plan to buy Postmates

GM struck a nearly foolproof deal with Nikola — but Trevor Milton posed a bigger risk than anyone expected

UBS and Credit Suisse are reportedly considering a merger that would create one of Europe's largest banks

Maserati is reinventing itself — but the CEO of its parent company says it won't follow Ferrari into the public market anytime soon

Tiffany sinks 9% after Louis Vuitton-owner LVMH calls off $16 billion takeover deal

Former House Speaker Paul Ryan joins 'blank-check' company craze with $300 million IPO, report says

Momenta Pharmaceuticals spikes 70% after agreeing to $6.5 billion Johnson & Johnson takeover

This chart shows how a Microsoft acquisition of TikTok for $50 billion would stack up against tech's largest deals ever

Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot just announced a new name for their merging companies: 'Stellantis'

The Great Compression: The coronavirus pandemic could drive a long-overdue consolidation of the global auto industry

Warren Buffett is waiting to deploy a $137 billion cash pile for a future mega-deal. Here are Berkshire Hathaway's 10 biggest acquisitions so far.

Wall Street loves the idea of Uber buying its competitor Grubhub, but analysts warn getting the deal done amid a pandemic won't be easy

The past 2 decades saw the number of major airlines in the US cut in half. See how consolidation in the 2000s left customers with fewer options as profits soared.