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Splitting Danaher in two might not be enough

Third Point's Dan Loeb takes a large stake. Is he along for the ride or will he push for more buybacks and divestitures? Continue reading

A season of excess

Bloated inventories could turn the year's busiest shopping weeks into a nightmare for these retailers. Continue reading

PostRock could default after borrowing base cut

The oil and gas producer has $76.18 million outstanding on a revolver now worth half that and less than 30 days to divulge its plan for solving the deficiency. Continue reading

Tribune's offer for Freedom's publications could spark bidding war

A local group of investors and Tribune Publishing both have expressed interest in buying the periodicals. 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

Range Resources sells Virginia natural gas field for a sweet $876M

The Fort Worth explorer didn't initially disclose the buyer, but a source said it was EnerVest, which has bought properties from it before. Continue reading

As interest payment nears, Magnum Hunter bondholders hire advisers

Holders of the oil and gas explorer's unsecured debt have hired Centerview Partners and Akin Gump, while one investor asserts that suitors abound for the company's acreage and gathering system. Continue reading

Greek banks under pressure to plug €14.4B capital shortfall

The country's four top lenders must report back Friday on how they plan to raise money by year's end following the health check by the European Central Bank. Continue reading

Bankruptcy becomes a way of life for oil and gas companies

The bankruptcy filing of RAAM Global Energy is just the latest in a string of 24 of them in the sector, but lenders have shown a reluctance to walk away. Continue reading

Arch Coal terminates exchange offer, bankruptcy looms

The coal producer has terminated its debt exchange offer after its first-lien term loan lenders wouldn't go along with it. Continue reading

It could be deal or die for H-P Enterprise

Dell's EMC buyout may force Hewlett-Packard's seemingly tied M&A hands. Continue reading

Energy Infrastructure: The Pipeline for Investment Activity

With the plunge in oil and gas prices, money flowing into exploration and production has dropped sharply, with major projects axed. Continue reading

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