Attorney’s Letter to Ofcom Details Complaints Targeting Fox

Former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes allegedly criticized ex-President Barack Obama in front of a freelance reporter who was seeking a job at the news network, insisting that Obamafeatured

Congress Plans Broader Role for Security Reviews

In a rare bipartisan review, members of Congress are studying proposals that would expand the reach of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States that would likely add representation from additional federal agencies and allow CFIUS to probe deeper into M&A involving entities owned or partially owned by foreign governments.featured

Sibanye’s South African Shareholders Still Skeptical of Stillwater Deal

Sibanye Gold’s shareholder vote on its acquisition of US platinum and palladium producer Stillwater is scheduled for April 25. However, local shareholders are still questioning the meritsfeatured

Behavioral Remedies Likely in Luxottica/Essilor Merger

With additional reporting by Diane Alter – French ophthalmic lens manufacturer Essilor and Italian eyewear leader Luxottica might be required to offer some behavioral remedies to obtainfeatured

Verizon Watching Time Warner/AT&T Before Deciding on Deals, Bankers Say

Verizon is watching AT&T as it goes through the regulatory process for its $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner before reaching conclusions about its own big ticket M&A, saidfeatured

Shareholder Concerns Voiced in Stillwater/Sibanye Deal

Some of Sibanye Gold’s minority shareholders have raised concerns over the company’s ongoing acquisition of U.S. platinum group metals and palladium producer Stillwater, South African sources told CTFN.featured

Protests Mount Against Dakota Access Pipeline

Energy Transfer Partners, the Texas-based company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline, announced Tuesday that it would resume construction of the controversial oil pipeline project that the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and its allies say would desecrate ancient Indian burial grounds and cultural sites.featured

Construction Companies Plead with CADE over Petrobras Case

Several Brazilian construction companies who allegedly took part in a cartel involving state-controlled oil and gas giant Petrobras are negotiating leniency agreements with antitrust authority CADE, sources involved in the case told CTFN. “Some of them are at an advanced stage of discussions, others in the early stages,” a lawyer for one of the defendants … Read Morefeatured

Telecom Italia Fights Enel at the European Commission

Former Italian incumbent, Telecom Italia, filed a market abuse complaint with the European Commission in July against e-distribuzione, formerly known as Enel Distribuzione, which manages 85% of the nation’s electricity distribution network, a lawyer familiar with the situation told CTFN. According to the source, Telecom Italia submitted several requests to Enel to share its infrastructure, as per current … Read Morefeatured

Brazil Anti-Corruption Law Hinders Odebrecht Divestment Process

Updated with comments from the company – Troubled, family-owned Brazilian conglomerate Odebrecht, which is engulfed in the country’s largest corruption scandal, is looking to divest all of its assets except for petrochemical company Braskem and construction business Construtora Norberto Odebrecht, sources close to the company told CTFN. “Odebrecht is divesting a lot. Their aim is … Read Morefeatured


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