When it comes to the worst deal in history, a New York Times article sets up an interesting debate: Is it the AOL deal to buy Time Warner in 2000, or is it the Hewlett-Packard deal for Autonomy last year?
Will the victory by President Obama lead to a spate of more mergers and acquisitions, which would be good news for deal advisors? It just might.
According to the Boston Globe , speculation has spiked over whether RBS will be forced to sell its U.S.-based subsidiary, Citizens Financial Group, to raise capital. "Royal Bank has racked up...
The somewhat lethargic market for mergers and acquisitions have led to a bit of a buyer's market.
We're in the midst of a nasty season of discontent when it comes to mergers and acquisitions.
Discover doesn't think much of the idea that it would make a great fit with big consumer bank Wells Fargo.
It was big news when the founder of Best Buy went public with an offer to take the firm private, in order to save it.
The Deal Professor weighs in with a look at the deal recently announced by Par Pharmaceutical, which has agreed to be purchased by private equity power TPG Group for about $1.9 billion.
One interesting aspect in the bidding war for Quest Software was the fact that one of the bidders sought to remain anonymous. But that bidder has been outed by the media and it's reported to be...
When commodity firm Glencore and Xstrata announced their intention to merge earlier this year, the investment banking market seemed so full of promise.