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Chart: Western companies still dominate overseas deal-making

Deal-making from Asia has been fast and furious so far this year—including Nikkei’s $1.3-billion purchase of the Financial Times and Hutchison Whampoa’s $15.3-billion buyout of British carrier O2. 74 more words

Renault close to making a decision on Lotus buyout

It has been announced that Renault is close to making a final decision on whether it will set up its own works team by buying the existing Lotus outfit. 840 more words

Japanese companies have swallowed up at least one foreign company a day, on average, for the last decade

For Japanese companies, there’s not much worth sticking around for at home these days. The country’s economy is struggling to grow and its aging population will eventually mean fewer customers. 213 more words

Anheuser-Busch's 7 Years with InBev Brings Financial Boost

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Today marks the seven year anniversary of the InBev takeover of Anheuser-Busch. Former A-B executive Bill Finney says InBev made $2.5 Billion in cuts in the first few years after the merger. 168 more words


GOVECS Takes Over Vectrix Plant

I can’t find this Press Release anywhere online, so I’ll repost this e-mail to the world on my humble blog. This is official.

GOVECS Takes Over Vectrix Plant…

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Deron Williams Reaches A Buyout Agreement With The Nets And Will Reportedly Sign With The Mavericks

One of the main concerns for the Dallas Mavericks, back when they thought they were getting DeAndre Jordan, was who exactly was going to be Jordan’s pick-and-roll partner, as the Mavericks were without a quality starting point guard. 329 more words


Report: Nets, Williams Agree To Buyout

The Brooklyn Nets and point guard Deron Williams have reportedly reached an agreement on a contract buyout, according to David Aldridge of NBA.com.

The Nets and Deron Williams have reached a buyout agreement, per source.

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