Mergers

Finders Weepers: Early Bain Disputes Cast New Light on Its Business by Jesse Eisinger ProPublica, Sept. 11, 2012 It was one of the "quickest big hits in Wall Street history," as the Wall Street Journal put it at the time. In Read more...
Bank employees in India are on a two-day strike. They are protesting against the new banking law amendment act that is being presented in parliament. This law allows foreign investment and also eases mergers in the banking sector among Read more...
February 13, 1984 - Meet The New Boss.
February 13, 1984 - Konstantin Chernenko named Soviet Party Chairman. Reagan meets with King Hussein and Hosni Mubarak over Lebanon. U.S. Women win Gold and Silver at Sarajevo Olympics. Justice Warren Berger calls out attorney's over frivolous lawsuits. Texaco files for merger with Getty Oil. And so much more. Read more...
October 5, 1999 - Trains, Mergers And Commemorative Tiles.
News of the day for October 5, 1999 - Train accident outside London kills 8 (rises to 26). MCI Acquires Sprint in largest telecommunications merger in history. Supreme Court to weigh in on Campaign reform. Pres. Clinton vows to ratify Nuclear Test Ban treaty. New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson urges legalization of drugs. College Tuition up 3% - 58% of all financial aid is in form of Student Loans. Nuclear Power Plant leak in South Korea. Appeals from parents to Attorney General to include Christian symbols on commemorative tiles for Columbine massacre. Read more...