Great Plains Exploring Paths with Westar to Salvage Merger

After suffering a debilitating defeat at the hands of Kansas utility regulators, Great Plains Energy said Monday that it is working with merger partner Westar Energy to salvage theirfeatured

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

CADE Tribunal to Rule on Dow/DuPont Mid-May

The Tribunal of Brazilian competition regulator CADE is expected to decide on the Dow/DuPont case at the next judgement session, scheduled for May 17, a source familiar withfeatured

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Lawsuits Accumulate Against Fox as Ofcom Reviews Sky Deal

Expect more employee lawsuits against Twenty-First Century Fox, an attorney who currently has other litigation pending accusing the media giant of sexual harassment and racialfeatured

Oceanwide Pull and Refile of Genworth CFIUS Application a Timing Issue

The cause of the pull and refile of China Oceanwide’s application for the purchase of Genworth with the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States is due to timing issues,featured

Cable Reiterates Concerns around Media Plurality with Fox Acquisition of Sky

Vince Cable, the former Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, who was in office when News Corporation unsuccessfully bid for BSkyB, says the landscape has not changed since 2010 infeatured

Politicians Met Tuesday with Ofcom to Lobby Against Sky/Fox Deal

Ed Miliband, Vince Cable, and Lord Falconer met this morning with the UK’s Office of Communications to discuss why the three believe that on grounds of plurality, fitness, and propriety,featured

Walgreens Likely to Fight for Rite Aid, Though Sources View Settlement as More Probable

Walgreens is committed to the Rite Aid transaction and would see the case through litigation if it comes to that, a former Walgreens executive and a senior antitrust attorney toldfeatured

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Behavioral Remedies Offered by Brocade/Broadcom to Address EC Concerns

Semiconductor company Broadcom has submitted a behavioral remedy proposal to EU regulators to gain approval for its $5.9 billion acquisition of data and storage networking player Brocade, a source close to the parties told CTFN.featured

Great Plains’ Next Move in Kansas is Unclear

Great Plains Energy’s $12.2 billion plans to acquire Topeka-based Westar Energy was hit with a regulatory tornado in Kansas this week and, as a result, one major Midwestern energy users groupfeatured

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