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Hospira eyes possible merger with French Danone

Hospira has emerged as a bidder for Danone’s medical-nutrition unit, which makes food for the sick, young and elderly, in a deal that could be worth about $5 billion and is the latest in a flurry of tax inversion deals designed to sidestep U.S. 117 more words


Viktor Orban's Dream Comes True With the MKB Bank

The MKB Bank is a universal commercial bank operating in Hungary, established by the Communist Party in 1950 by nationalising a former commercial bank. In 1987, along with the establishment of the two-tier banking system, the MKB became a normal commercial bank, and was privatised in 1994. 1,275 more words



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Is Stryker in the Market for an Inversion Deal?

Stryker ($SYK) delivered positive second quarter numbers buoyed by acquisitions in domestic and foreign markets, but the company remains tepid on the subject of corporate inversions as a way to boost profit.


From "Demand-Generation" to "Revenue-Generation": How to "Become a Revenue-Driven" Marketer |by: Glenn Gow |Marketing Profs

In this article, you’ll learn…

  • How leading marketers are turning their organizations into revenue engines
  • Best-practices for transitioning Marketing into a revenue-focused organization

The days of being grudgingly accepted as a necessary #CostCenter, are numbered for #Marketing… 848 more words

Business Strategy

Glastonbury Emerging Talent winners announce free London show

Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition winners and Guardian’s New Band of the Week M+A play an intimate show at Bedroom Bar in Shoreditch onThursday 31st July to mark the release of their upcoming single ‘When,’ outAugust 4th on Monotreme Records. 110 more words


Fried Frank discusses Delaware Appraisal Arbitrage as a New Activist Weapon

From 2004 through 2010, the number of appraisal petitions filed in Delaware rose and fell roughly in parallel with the overall level of merger activity, with appraisal rights being asserted in about 5% of the transactions for which they were available. 3,314 more words

Corporate Governance