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Kering Spins Off Puma Stake to Shareholders to Focus Solely on Luxury

Kering pushed through with its plans to become a luxury pure player Thursday, winning shareholder approval for the spinoff of the bulk of its shares in German sportswear group  246 more words

Puma

Kering Shareholders Vote for Puma Split

PARIS — Kering pushed through with its plans to become a luxury pure player Thursday, winning shareholder approval for the spin-off of the bulk of its shares in German sportswear group Puma. 253 more words

Mergers And Acquisitions

Credit-checking Firm Credit2B Sold to Billtrust

Billtrust, a cloud-based B2B payment cycle management solution provider, has acquired business credit information firm Credit2B.

Credit2B, formerly Bernard Sands, provides many apparel, footwear and accessories vendor clients with credit information and recommendations — also known as credit checks — on a number of retailers they sell to. 219 more words

Retail Markets

Lampert Wins Regardless of Future of Sears Holdings

Edward S. Lampert is coming to the rescue of Sears Holdings Corp. yet again — and would no doubt profit from his proposal for a further dismantlement of the group. 1,230 more words

Retail

ESL Investments Willing to Buy Certain Sears Assets

Sears Holdings Corp. has been trying to sell certain assets for two years, and now ESL Investments is stepping up to the plate to say it is a willing buyer. 245 more words

Retail

The illiberal vision of neo-Brandeisian antitrust

Following is the (slightly expanded and edited) text of my remarks from the panel, Antitrust and the Tech Industry: What Is at Stake?, hosted last Thursday by CCIA. 1,302 more words

Antitrust

The Justice Department Is Going to Let Bayer Buy Monsanto. Here's Why It Matters

The U.S. Justice Department has just given Bayer permission to buy Monsanto in a $62.5 billion deal.

The approval (with some conditions) was the last big hurdle for the deal, which has… 489 more words

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