Suitors are falling away, and there is no way conventional financial analysis can help any company rationalize an acquisition of the company.
The Japanese media company is getting kudos for the deal, but it cost Nikkei about three times the newspaper’s worth.
With Twitter’s ad demand lower than expected and user growth stalled, now would be a good time for Jack Dorsey to find a suitor for his company.
The lack of financial details makes the price hard to judge, but at $3.5 billion, Mercuria seems to be paying a high one, Kevin Allison and Antony Currie write for Reuters Breakingviews. With commodities under pressure, that’s a bol...
Abbott’s $25 billion deal involves hefty borrowing and the company has another acquisition near. Will antitrust authorities allow the combination?