Sources Believe Rite Aid/Walgreens Deal Likely Completes

Notwithstanding the apparent market consensus, it is more likely than not the Rite Aid/Walgreens merger is ultimately approved by the Federal Trade Commission, various antitrustfeatured

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CenturyLink Hit with Two Lawsuits

Two new lawsuits—a wrongful termination complaint by a former CenturyLink sales agent and self-described “whistleblower” working out of her home and a separate federal class action complaint accusing the Louisiana-based company of engaging in widespread fraudulent sales tactics To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

Funds Bid Freezes Appeal in Fannie/Freddie Case

The February ruling in the Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac appeal has been indefinitely frozen while the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit considers whether hedge funds and other investorsfeatured

FCC UHF Discount Focus of Tribune/Sinclair Merger Fight

With the merger of Sinclair Broadcast Group and Tribune Media in the crosshairs of advocacy groups and Democrats in Congress, the outcome of the $3.9 billion transaction could hingefeatured

Fannie Mae Investors Meet Another Legal Dead End

A state court in Delaware dismissed an effort by Fannie Mae investors Wednesday to obtain internal records and minutes of board meetings that the investors hoped would disclosefeatured

Rite Aid and Walgreens Waiting on FTC Commissioners

An attorney who previously worked with a third party in the merger of Rite Aid and Walgreens Boots Alliance told CTFN that the Federal Trade Commission has ramped up its resourcesfeatured

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PPG’s Request for Extension of Akzo Offer Deadline Likely to Fail

PPG’s request for an extension of the June 1 deadline to submit a formal offer for AkzoNobel, or face a six-month prohibition on making an offer, is likely to be rejected, threefeatured

Fox Disputes Tantaros Claims as “Hoax”

Attorneys for Fox News on Wednesday fired back at accusations leveled in a recent lawsuit by former TV news host Andrea Tantaros, saying charges that she was subjected tofeatured

Valspar/Sherwin Williams Remedy Package Judged Sufficient by Sources

The Valspar/Sherwin-Williams merger will be approved by the Federal Trade Commission, with a remedy package along the lines of the divestiture to Axalta that Sherwin previouslyfeatured

Akzo Confident in Refuting Shareholder Arguments in Court

Akzo Nobel is confident that the Enterprise Chamber in Amsterdam on Monday will find that it acted correctly in not granting the request for an extraordinary shareholders meeting fromfeatured


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