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Belize brokers arrested after 2-year FBI stock manipulation probe

The brokers have been tied to numerous suspected pump and dumps of U.S. stocks. Continue reading

Mitsubishi dangles $1.4B bid in front of Cermaq shareholders

The board of the Norwegian fish-farming company backs the bid, while the Norwegian government plans to tender its 59.2% stake unless another party offers tastier bait. Continue reading

Bayer to demerge and list MaterialScience

The German chemicals and pharma company wants to lose its conglomerate status and focus on healthcare and agriculture. It is spinning out its plastics division, which could be worth $13 billion. Continue reading

Schuff minority shareholders face tough decision

They must decide by Friday to accept Phil Falcone's takeunder offer for shares he doesn't own. Continue reading

Peltz pushes DuPont to split in two

Shareholder hints at potential proxy fight as he chides management for excess corporate costs. Continue reading

Exploring the newly opened Mexican energy business

McDermott Will & Emery's Daniel Chavez expects activity to pick up as companies inside the country and outside seek partners. Amid regional instability, the U.S. neighbor takes center stage for investors interested in Latin America. Continue reading

FMC to buy Auriga's Cheminova

The Philadelphia buyer plans to sell its Alkali Chemicals unit to help it digest the $1.8 billion purchase of the crop-protection products maker. Continue reading

Heineken sells Mexican packaging unit to Crown

The Dutch brewer unwinds part of its 2010 purchase of Femsa's brewing operations through a $1.23 billion deal with Philadelphia-based Crown. Continue reading

Stock analyst, jailed in China, blames company in lawsuit

Kun Huang claims that Silvercorp Metals used its influence to have him arrested and imprisoned. Continue reading

Another activist jumps on board USA Truck

ADW Capital Partners criticizes 'ho-hum' corporate culture, agitates for sale. Continue reading

Broken levy: How U.S. tax law encourages inversions

As companies seek better treatment by relocating overseas, pressure builds to reform a system rooted in the imperial era. As one critic points out, "doing nothing borders on the irresponsible." Continue reading

Boeing sales surge fuels consolidation down the chain

Manufacturer's plan to increase production gives suppliers like Precision and Triumph reason to do more deals. Continue reading

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