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Comcast's failure to buy Time Warner won't pause deal-making

Don't expect the collapse of Time Warner's $67 billion sale to Comcast to discourage deal-making in the cable services sector. Video

Panera kicks turnaround bid into high gear after activist interest

The next few months will be crucial for Panera Bread, a consumer retailer that provides sandwich, salad and bakery goods, which is in the midst of a turnaround effort that has attracted the interest of an activist investor. Video

Groupon's Ticket Monster stake sale signals more divestitures to come

Groupon′s sale of its 46% stake in Ticket Monster for $360 million could be a harbinger of things to come. Video

Nomad Holdings swallows Iglo Foods for $2.8B

Nomad Holdings, the acquisition vehicle co-founded by consumer products tycoons Martin Franklin and Noam Gottesman, agrees to acquire Iglo Foods Holdings from London private equity firm Permira Advisers. Video

It's party time for IPOs, as investors celebrate new offerings

Party City, Virtu Financial and Etsy, after pricing at the top of their ranges, began trading on Thursday to receptive investors who opened all three stocks higher. Video

Can Atlantic City turn around its finances before it's too late?

All eyes are on Atlantic City as the Queen of Resorts scrambles to deal with a rapidly approaching liquidity crisis. Emergency manager Kevin Lavin has been tapped to look into the city's finances, but he may be facing a small window to resolve matters. Video

Colt Defense launches distressed exchange offer

The PE-backed gun manufacturer is facing liquidity challenges because of the continuing decline in market demand for its commercial modern sporting rifle, and other factors. Video

GE has a nearly $28B insurance liability it may have trouble unloading

Particularly problematic is long term care insurance, lifetime policies that pay for people who cannot perform basic functions on their own. GE likely opted to keep the businesses because it isn't clear whether there are any buyers willing to take on the risks. Video

Political ad spending is likely to fare well for broadcasters

As the 2016 presidential campaigns get underway, with Hillary Clinton and Marco Rubio recently announcing their presidential bids, TV companies are looking ahead to big ad dollars. Video

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GE sells real estate and financial services assets in $23B deal

The sale to Blackstone and Wells Fargo will move GE away from financial services and back towards its industrial core. Video

Shell's $70B bid for BG Group could inspire more offshore deals

The Deal's senior energy writer, Claire Poole, looks at which companies might go next in the offshore drilling industry following the biggest deal in the sector in more than a decade. Video

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