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

Sibanye Shareholders Hold Mixed Views of Stillwater Deal

Sibanye Gold’s increased equity portion might not be enough to convince shareholders to vote in favor of its takeover of US-based platinum and palladium producer Stillwater, a Southfeatured

Cross-Ownership Suggests Positive SanDisk/Western Digital Vote

Cross-ownership between hard disk drive manufacturer Western Digital and flash memory company SanDisk suggests that shareholders of both companies will support the merger, according to CTFN research. Shares of Western Digital have slid 40% since announcing the acquisition of SanDisk. Still, enough shareholders own stakes in both companies that they would likely vote for the deal … Read Morefeatured

Williams-Energy Transfer Deal Advances Amid Controversy

Despite the unrelenting rout in energy stocks, a chilly reception to the September 2015 announced $37.7 billion Williams Cos. and Energy Transfer Equity merger, and myriad calls for the deal to be abandoned, the transaction is moving ahead, an energy company official and former director of Williams Energy Partners told CTFN. The executive said he … Read Morefeatured

Atmel Investors Likely to Vote for Dialog Deal

Despite recent published speculation to the contrary, Atmel investors will likely vote for Dialog’s buyout if no one else makes a higher offer for the California-based chipmaker, said two hedge fund sources. These sources thought that Dialog shareholders had a higher risk of failing to approve the share issuance to help pay for the Atmel acquisition … Read Morefeatured

Despite Doubts Dialog’s Atmel Aquisition Expected to Complete

M&A activity in the semiconductor industry has been robust year to date and shows no signs of slowing down. At the frenzied pace of consolidation thus far, some 32% of all U.S. publicly traded semiconductor companies would be acquired in 2015, according to FBR. In the first half of the year, the value of deals … Read Morefeatured

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