Genworth/China Oceanwide Have Third Party Provider

During its annual shareholder meeting on December 13, Genworth said it was encouraged by the progress it is making on mitigation measures with a third-party provider designed tofeatured

Fresenius Has Not Certified Compliance for NxStage Medical Acquisition

CTFN confirmed with a source close to the deal that Fresenius has not certified substantial compliance with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s second request, as some marketfeatured

Ex-Trump Aide’s Comments on Time Warner/AT&T Could Backfire

The filing of an amicus brief by former campaign aide to President Donald Trump, Carter Page, with the court hearing the Department of Justice’s antitrust case against the merger of Time Warner andfeatured

NXP and Qualcomm Shareholders Both Seeking More

Qualcomm’s acquisition of NXP Semiconductors boosts its valuation argument for a higher offer from Broadcom, a source closefeatured

Small Cable Companies Subdued on Scripps/Discovery

Executives at small cable companies, who have expressed trepidation over the Tribune/Sinclair deal and the rapidly rising cost of retransmission fees, have told CTFN that thefeatured

Cavium Deal Could See Extended Review from US and Chinese Trade Regulators

Marvell Technology’s November 20 announced acquisition of Cavium is not expected to run into antitrust hurdles,featured

New Hain Board Focused on Maximizing Shareholder Value

Hain shareholders on November 16 elected an entirely new Board of Directors, a move that paves the way for an eventual To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

AT&T Arbitration Offer Seen as Unworkable

A source close to the cable industry says the proposed seven year arbitration offer is not workable and offers no real protections. To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

Time Warner/AT&T: Reaction to Judge Leon and DOJ Complaint

The United States Department of Justice on Monday filed a civil antitrust lawsuit to block AT&T’s proposed acquisition of Time Warner Inc. Tuesday, Senior Judge Richard J. Leon To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

What’s Next for Time Warner/AT&T?

The Department of Justice on Monday announced it is taking AT&T to court over its pending $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner. To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

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