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Delaware's drive to reduce M&A suits bears some fruit

Time will tell whether a reduction in class actions belies a shift to other state courts. Continue reading

SEC goes after coffee company founded by Bob Marley's son

Regulator alleges a group of offshore investors and the former CEO of Jammin Java Corp. organized a $78 million pump-and-dump scheme. Continue reading

FCC's O'Rielly urges Congress to give some clarity for foreign buyers of U.S. telecom assets

Republican commissioner says national security reviews can be "opaque and interminable." Continue reading

Asciano to open books to Qube consortium after $6.4B offer

The fate of the bid battle between Qube and Brookfield Asset Management could lie in the hands of the Australian antitrust regulator. Continue reading

Ex-IRS official, successor clash over tax-free spinoffs

Darden, Yahoo! and other firms planning splits caught by dramatic IRS policy shift. Continue reading

GOP candidates unified on keeping big banks intact

Republicans criticized the largest financial institutions' leverage over D.C. and the economy and demanded they submit to higher capital requirements. Continue reading

The Pentagon finally worries about defense mergers

Following the Justice Dept.'s quick approval of Sikorsky's acquisition, the military seeks bigger voice. Continue reading

Microcap financier charged in $300M securities fraud

Attorney Darren Ofsink and Halcyon Cabot Partners' managing director Michael Morris and others were arrested on charges of fraud related to four microcap companies dating back to 2012. Continue reading

U.K. Takeover Panel censures Credit Suisse, Freshfields, Holman Fenwick over Bumi creation

Concluding a near-three year probe into the creation of the ill-starred coal mining investor, the regulator levels a lesser degree of criticism at the deal's mastermind, JPMorgan. Continue reading

Behind Carl Icahn's AIG break up play

Raider-turned-activist is hailed for his effort to break up AIG, though it has more to do with the stock than the global economy. Continue reading

Reckitt still looking for cure to slip K-Y deal by U.K. regulators

The consumer group bought the sexual lubricants range from Johnson & Johnson two years ago, only to face opposition from the British competition regulator. Continue reading

AB InBev, SABMiller get another week to hold merger talks

The companies report "good progress" in their discussions amid reports they're nearing a deal to sell SABMiller's stake in a joint venture with Molson Coors. Continue reading

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