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Gannett Likely to Reject MNG Approach

A response from Gannett is expected soon on the unsolicited $12 per share cash offer from MNG Enterprises, a person close to the matter said.featured

First Data/Fiserv First Look

On January 16, Fiserv announced the acquisition of First Data Corporation for 0.303 shares of Fiserv for each share of First Data common stock. The combined company will be led by Fiserv CEO Jeffery Yabuki with the current CEO of First Datafeatured

Virginia Approval of Genworth/China Oceanwide May Foreshadow DFS Decision

The Virginia State Corporation Commission Bureau of Insurance’s re-approval of the $2.7 billion Genworth/China Oceanwide transaction on January 11 is conditioned on among other things a term letter agreed to between the parties and the New Yorkfeatured

Virginia SCC Approves Genworth/China Oceanwide

Updated January 12, 2019: The Virginia State Corporation Commission’s Bureau of Insurance on January 11, 2019, approved China Oceanwide’s $2.7 billion acquisition of Genworth. The approval is conditioned on various factors includingfeatured

DOJ Working on Sprint/T-Mobile Despite Shutdown

The review of the Sprint/T-Mobile transaction by the Department of Justice is proceeding, despite the partial U.S. government shutdown, a person close to the matter told CTFN.featured

Deals Delayed as Government Shutdown Continues

The partial U.S. government shutdown is now entering its third week, and new spending packages have not yet moved Congress and the president to reopen nine unfunded federal departments, including the Federal Trade Commission and thefeatured

Fidelity National’s Acquisition of Stewart Seeing Little Opposition

Fidelity National Financial’s acquisition of Stewart Information Services is moving ahead with little apparent opposition to the transaction, a former official in the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition told CTFN.featured

Nonessential FTC Employees to be Furloughed

At 11:59 p.m. on December 28, 2018, nonessential employees at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission will be furloughed as a result of the government shutdown, the regulatory agency confirmed to CTFN.featured

FTC Decision on NxStage/Fresenius Nears

A decision from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission regarding the acquisition of NxStage Medical by Fresenius is expected any day, FTC sources told CTFN.featured

Sprint/T-Mobile Antitrust Review Not Near Conclusion

The April 29-announced Sprint/T-Mobile merger remains under review at the staff level within the antitrust division of the U.S. Department of Justice, and staff is far from sending a recommendation up to the next level, CTFN has learned.featured


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