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DOJ Settles Antitrust Case, Clearing Way for Assa Abloy Deal

The Swedish lockmaker has agreed to sell some of its brands to another company. Source link

WSJ News Exclusive | Meta Strikes Deal to Divest Itself of Kustomer

When Meta Platforms closed a deal last year to acquire business-software provider Kustomer for $1 billion,...

WSJ News Exclusive | Vice Media Nears Deal for $400 Million Sale Out of Bankruptcy

Vice Media is nearing a deal for senior lenders including Fortress Investment Group and...

Toronto-Dominion Bank, First Horizon Call Off Merger

Canada’s TD Bank and Tennessee-based First Horizon called off their $13.4 billion merger, as TD ran into hurdles getting regulators to sign off...

WSJ News Exclusive | Apollo Global-Led Group Nears Deal to Buy Arconic

The firms are set to pay $30 a share, or about $3 billion, for the industrial-parts manufacturer, according to people familiar with the...

WSJ News Exclusive | Revlon Taps New Directors as Lenders Take Control in Bankruptcy

Revlon Inc. will emerge from bankruptcy under new ownership and a new...

WSJ News Exclusive | JPMorgan, PNC Submit Bids to Buy First Republic in Government-Led Sale

A winning bidder could be announced later Sunday, according to people familiar with the matter. Source link

What’s Going On With First Republic Bank?

Regulators are poised to seize the San Francisco lender and sell it off to a larger bank. Source link

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