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Citic Pacific unveils assets deal with parent

The Hong Kong-listed metals, mining and real estate company will sell shares to Citic Group to finance the $37 billion assets injection. Continue reading

Proxy advisers back Starboard in Darden fight

ISS and Glass Lewis provide activist with a boost in its efforts to block Red Lobster sale. Continue reading

More dealmaking is part of LifePoint's DNA

The financially flexible operator of 68 hospitals has already made a couple of deals this year. Continue reading

Foundering retailers drag malls into a failure vortex

The sad state of the industry has resulted in a profusion of boarded-up stores, "space for rent" signs and landlords scrambling for new tenants. The shopping centers that remain standing will likely look a lot different than they have in the past. Continue reading

Alibaba invests in brick-and-mortar retailer

The Chinese e-commerce company's purchase of up to 25$ of department stores operator Intime widens its distribution network. Continue reading

Sports Authority attempts to make a comeback

The sports retail chain's private equity owner is trying to restructure the company as it battles heavy competition and a debt problem that has lingered since a leveraged buyout eight years ago. Continue reading

Who to call when the barbarians are at the gate

The rise of activism has been a boon to a group of advisers who can coordinate offense and defense. If one of these names shows up in a regulatory filing as a recent hire, it's a pretty good indication that something's up. Continue reading

Chatham Lodging makes peace with activist investor

REIT's move to sell Innkeeper brand held in JV with Cerberus gains shareholder's approval. Continue reading

The Deal's guide to activists: A program for proxy season

Who is our ace investor? And who deserves to sit on the bench? Probably not who you think. We recount the successes and failures of the biggest names in the activism game and identify a couple of newcomers to watch. Continue reading

Fairholme wants Fannie, Freddie re-listed on NYSE

Activist investor's letters to mortgage companies are the latest to highlighting perceived poor treatment of equity holders. Continue reading

CoStar picks up for $585M

The target is owned by a syndicate of media companies including Tribune, Gannett and Washington Post. Continue reading

Terra Firma's Deutsche Annington strikes $3.3B of deals

Blackstone engineers an exit from residential real estate owner Vitus after 10 years. Continue reading

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