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Citigroup sells subprime lender in $4.25B deal

The sale to Springleaf comes as CEO Michael Corbat faces pressure to hike capital distributions. Continue reading

Debt-laden Petrobras targets $13.7B of asset sales

The Brazilian oil giant needs cash to fund operations and reduce debt amid a corruption probe that risks scaring off lenders. Continue reading

USA Truck extends cooperation agreement with activist owners

The company has agreed to back three activist candidates for reelection to the board as part of a broader deal that would see the firms sell down their holdings. Continue reading

Kraft, P&G and Clorox weigh potential sales of unsavory brands

The names likely to end up in acquirers' shopping carts include Stove Top, Tang and Hidden Valley. Continue reading

Three oil services companies looking to take advantage of the maelstrom

The swoon in prices has sent oilfield equipment and services providers reeling, but Superior Energy, Oceaneering International and Forum Energy could make a killing. Continue reading

CBS under pressure from Sandell over combination with Cumulus

Les Moonves, the broadcaster's CEO, has touted radio's steady cash flows, and may resist turning the dial. Continue reading

Distressed investors, restructuring advisers flock to oil patch

At the Davis Polk Energy Industry Opportunities Conference, lawyers, advisers, investors and energy industry executives debated the best opportunities for distressed investors in the energy space. Continue reading

As Russian M&A stalls, companies founder on sanctions and oil prices

With in-bound dealmaking at a 10-year low, the door to foreign debt and capital will remain locked until the crisis in Ukraine is resolved. Continue reading

For ITT, the time has come to put its balance sheet to work

The manufacturer could again be a target for activists if it doesn't find growth and that could mean a sale of the entire company. Continue reading

For Zynga and its shareholders, this year won't be just fun and games

CEO Don Mattrick prepares investors for a rough first-half of 2015, but says that a new slate of titles will carry the company later in 2015. Continue reading

Activist Investing: Impact on M&A

Armed with more than $100 billion in capital and a tenacity to match, activist money managers have become an investment juggernaut. Continue reading

Why Aeropostale's good news isn't nearly good enough

The teen apparel retailer's improved outlook pushed its shares significantly higher, but the move doesn't tell the whole story. The company is still burning cash and its balance sheet may not be strong enough to support its turnaround effort. Continue reading

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