Polish Media Fine Seen Having No Effect on Scripps/Discovery Merger

Scripps Networks-owned TVN SA, the parent of Polish private news channel TVN24, which on December 11 was fined by Poland’s National Broadcasting Council (KRRiT) for the channel’s coverage offeatured

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

Oi Strives for Deal with Anatel Ahead of Creditors’ Meeting

Distressed Brazilian telco Oi is currently focusing its efforts on negotiating a restructuring deal with telecoms regulator Anatel, the government, and the largest creditors, sources closefeatured

Odebrecht Might be Forced to Sell Braskem by First Half of 2018

Troubled Brazilian engineering and construction conglomerate Odebrecht, which is entangled in a large-scale corruption scandal, is expected to run short of cash by thefeatured

“Zero Emission Nuclear Resource” Bill in Ohio Faces Challenges

A bill sent to committee in the Ohio Legislature that would provide a financial bailout for two of FirstEnergy Corp.’s struggling nuclear power plantsfeatured

West Virginia PSC Debating FirstEnergy Coal Power Plant Transfer

FirstEnergy Corp.’s plans to transfer an aging coal-fired power plant along the Ohio River to two of its West Virginia subsidiaries To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

Atlantia Has Edge in CNMV Bidding Process for Abertis

Italian toll road operator Atlantia, which is reportedly willing to sweeten its current offer for Abertis, To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

Atlantia Lenders Ready to Finance Higher Bid for Abertis

With additional reporting by Rachel Rigby – Atlantia will receive support from its financing banks for sweetening its offer for Abertis, its Spanish listed competitor, a source with direct knowledgefeatured

Judge Rejects Puerto Rico Bondholders’ Bid

A federal judge denied a request by hedge funds and other Puerto Rico creditors for a comprehensive probe which they hoped would lead to an invalidation of the 2017featured

Puerto Rico Oversight Panel Eyes Debt Moratorium

The congressionally mandated oversight panel monitoring Puerto Rico’s finances is expected to propose a five-year moratorium on debt service whenfeatured


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