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The alleged “rogue” partner at KPMG has been identified by WSJ as Scott London, an accountant in Los Angeles.
Investors like Cerberus Capital Management are seeking control over the billion-dollar deals with purchases of the most subordinated parts of the structure, typically the bottom 7% or less.
Southeastern Asset Management, the biggest outside shareholder of Dell Inc., doesn't believe that the company has to shed its public shareholders (read: Southeastern itself) to transform its results.
Southeastern Asset Management, Dell Inc.'s largest independent shareholder, said the struggling PC-maker failed to make a convincing case in its proxy filing for shareholders to accept a $24.4 billion buyout offer from founder and CEO Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners.
SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. said its initial public offering will raise up to $621 million, what would amount to one of the biggest IPOs of the year.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch's head of debt capital markets for Asia has left the firm just weeks after being promoted to the position.
Airline stocks across Asia have been hit by the outbreak of H7N9 bird flu in China and analysts at UBS AG have crunched the numbers to offer some perspective on Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific, which has endured worse outbreak-related pain in the past.
China’s Sichuan Hanlong Group is facing more than just a blow to its pride after an offer worth 1.18 billion Australian dollars (US$1.23 billion) to acquire full control of Africa-focused iron ore miner Sundance Resources collapsed.
Liquidity-starved STX Group has asked its main creditor to buy its $231 million, 35.93% shipping unit stake after receiving no bids for it late last month.
UBS AG’s Australian head of hedge fund sales Thomas Anglin has relocated to New York as part of the creation of a new global sales desk, according to an internal memo obtained by Deal Journal Australia.
Higher-risk Asian companies are rushing to sell long-term bonds, some for the first time, as they take advantage of strong demand and cheap borrowing costs.
J.C. Penney ousted its CEO Ron Johnson earlier today, and now blogs are poking at Tim Cook, Apple's CEO, to hire Johnson back.
Ron Johnson and Bill Ackman both said they were turning around a "Titanic" at J.C. Penney. Now one of them has sunk.
Carlyle Group LP said Monday that the value of the investment funds in which it collects a portion of the profits rose 7% during the first three months of the year, in a sneak peak into the Washington, D.C. firm’s quarterly results.
General Electric’s $3.3 billion purchase of oilfield-services company Lufkin Industries has started a bit of a debate in the industry over the price of the deal.
India’s Reliance Communications Ltd. is seeking to raise around $800 million by selling a majority stake in one of its units to a consortium of investors led by Bahrain Telecommunications Co., or Batelco, two people familiar with the matter said Monday.
Companies such as Prudential Financial Inc., American International Group Inc. and GE Capital could soon find out whether they will face stricter government oversight as policy makers prepare to identify which nonbank financial companies pose a risk to the financial system.
Deals of the Day compiles this morning’s biggest news about mergers and acquisitions, banking, bankruptcy and more.
General Electric is adding another bolt in its energy business with its $3.3 billion Lufkin purchase.
Reuters A merger involving its Italian mobile operator would give much-needed support to Hutchison Whampoa Ltd., which is trading at a big discount to the sum of its parts, analysts at Credit Suisse AG say. Telecom Italia SpA confirmed...Show More Summary