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Judge to Weigh Akorn Violations

Fresenius will have one more day to convince a Delaware judge that data integrity violations at Akorn are severe enough to allow the German healthcare giant to back outfeatured

Parties in Avista/Hydro One Proceedings React to Removal of Board

Parties to several Pacific Northwest regulatory proceedings in the $5.3 billion Avista/Hydro One merger were left scrambling for answers July 12 after the bombshell announcement thatfeatured

Inmarsat Not in Conversations with Other Satellite Players

With additional reporting by Sarah Cohen – A source close to Inmarsat said that the company is not currently holding talks with other satellitefeatured

Fox Waiting for DCMS Sign Off to Raise Bid for Sky

Twenty-First Century Fox has been waiting for the UK’s Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport to give its final approval before increasing its offer for Sky, a personfeatured

Inmarsat Seeking Significantly Higher Price from EchoStar for Talks

The board of Inmarsat was looking for a price from EchoStar closer to 850 pence per share, a source close to the situation told CTFN, making it unlikely that the parties can narrowfeatured

Takeda Dissident Shareholders Raise Concerns over Shire Pipeline

A group of minority shareholders of Japanese drug company Takeda will carry out a review of Shire’s R&D pipeline to prove that even the most promising business areas wouldfeatured

EDPR Minority Shareholders Critical of CTG Bid

With additional reporting by Rachel Rigby – A group of minority shareholders in EDP Renováveis (EDPR) believes that China Three Gorges’ bid for the company significantly undervaluesfeatured

Shareholders Weigh Altaba Tender

Shareholders of Altaba are grappling with the question of whether to tender some of their holdings into the company’s announced in-kind repurchase offer for 195 million of its shares expiring on July 11. The offer consideration consisting of shares of Alibaba and cash based on the price of Alibaba offers a nearly 2% gross return … Read Morefeatured

New CFIUS Legislation Looks Likely while ZTE Ban Remains Contentious

On June 18, the U.S. Senate passed the $716 billion National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019. Included as an amendment in the act was legislation relating to the operations offeatured

Telecom Italia Receiving Investment Bank Pitches

With additional reporting by Sarah Cohen – Telecom Italia is receiving pitches from top tier investment banks for possible significant corporate transactions, two peoplefeatured

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