Subscriber Content Preview | Request a free trialSearch  

Telecom, Media & Technology

Atos to buy Xerox IT outsourcing business

The $1.1 billion acquisition comes on the heels of the French group's $760 million purchase of cloud computing specialist Bull. Continue reading

FedEx picks up Genco to bolster e-commerce business

The Pittsburgh reverse logistics provider processes more than 600 million return items annually, generating $1.6 billion in sales. Continue reading

NBA's 'D-League' on fast break toward expansion

President Malcolm Turner says there is demand to grow the player development league to 30 teams. Continue reading

Uber gets a lift despite bad press

The car-hailing startup reportedly lines up investment from Baidu on heels of $1.2 billion fundraising earlier this month. Continue reading

Vertical Bridge picks up portfolio of iHeartMedia towers

The radio group run by MTV co-founder Bob Pittman acquires 411 broadcast towers for as much as $400 million. Continue reading

Starboard eyes Staples, Office Depot combination

Regulator's sign-off on Office Depot-Office Max deal means another will likely pass muster. Continue reading

Castle Union considers proxy fight at Procera Networks

Activist fund that wants the company sold, would have to propose a slate by the end of January. Continue reading

Starboard likely to push for sale at Integrated Silicon

But recent deals may make it harder for activists to get what they want for chipmaker. Continue reading

Tokyo Electron spread wide on possible S. Korea delay

Approval there might take until March or April. Continue reading

Facebook's $2B Oculus play still a virtual reality

Though Sony and Google have followed suit, a dearth of VR content limits the technology's commercial use. Continue reading

Shaving startup Harry's scores $75M round - sources

Financing values the New York e-commerce company at roughly $350 million. Continue reading

Activists find help in the shadows

Companies have used private detectives for years. Now, dissident shareholders are hiring their own gumshoes. With everybody watching everybody else, at least one group wins: The investigation firms. Continue reading

Meet the journalists

Chris Nolter

Senior Writer: Media & Telecom

Cisco's Hilton Romanski on cross-border acquisitions

Cisco's VP Corporate Development discusses the tech giant's M&A strate ... Video

More TMT video

The Deal's Webcast Series

If you have not had the chance to enjoy our Webcast Series, now is the time. Join these free 60-minute discussions and get a handle on the latest strategies and tactics in private equity, cross-border and middle market dealmaking and more.

Industry Events

View information on all upcoming industry events which The Deal representatives are participating in.

The Deal Economy Event

The Deal’s senior journalists host the industry's leading M&A forecasting event, an invitation-only gathering of influential members of the deal community discussing the outlook for dealmaking in the coming year.

The Deal on Twitter

Follow @TheDealNewsroom for the latest news across mergers and acquisitions, auctions, financings, restructurings and more!