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$130B is no problem for too-big-to-fail financial insitutions

While the Federal Reserve and other regulators have imposed more than $130 billion in fines against these too-big-to-fail institutions, industry observers see the punishment to be a short term blip, despite the gravity of the offenses and outcry from consumers. Video

Algonquin Power acquires Park Water from Carlyle

The $327 million purchase is part of the buyer's strategy to acquire regulated utilities in the United States. Video

M&A space for Trucking and Logistics providers is booming

The market is very fragmented. So there a lot of smaller - mom and pop types looking to be acquired for the right price, in addition to the larger players going out there searching for targets. Well we're seeing a lot of the larger players doing the buying. There's XPO logistics, Bradley Jacobs has explicitly said he wants to make acquisitions, the company has the $700 million in capital to back that desire. Just yesterday, Transforce made a $461 million proposal to acquire its rival Contrans. Video

DELiA*s races against liquidity clock

The teen apparel retailer is running into a cash flow problem, and some investors say that it will need to get its turnaround in gear or it could run out of money within a year. Video

Media deals heating up, but private equity players absent

A scene is heating up again, with some big sponsors trying to exit mega-deals. Univision Communications Inc.'s sale has long been rumored, but the company is trying to downplay near-term exit expectations. Elsewhere, the Weather Channel is expected to hit the block. But PE firms aren't going to be bidding on either, and will likely leave the sales to strategics. Now, there are questions whether PE firms will spend time on any more media transactions, with some spectacular blowups in LBO shops' rearview mirror, as well as industry shifts that could make some sectors go secular. Video

Atlantic Power to stay independent; Renewable sales likely

The announcement was a huge disappointment to investors and sent the stock tumbling by 33% yesterday. The company's renewable energy operations remain attractive assets. Video

Activist investing: What to expect from this year's proxy season

What's likely to happen during the coming proxy season is the subject of Paula Schaap's interview with Damien Park, founder and managing partner of Hedge Fund Solutions, an adviser to funds and corporations on issues related to activism. Video

Blackstone-backed Travelport seeks $480 million in IPO

The buyout giant moves closer to exiting its 8-year-old investment in the travel services company. Video

ArcLight retains Morgan Stanley to shop Bayonne plant

The New York City region has a high level of energy demand so the process is expected to be competitive. The sale price is estimated to be in the $500 million to $1 billion range. Video

Silicon Valley Banking on plenty of second half activity

Silicon Valley has played host to some of the biggest plot lines that Wall St. has focused on for the last several years, and next, there could be a tech deal boom on the way -- and plenty of other catalysts for investors. Mounir Gad is vice president of Silicon Valley Bank's LBO group, and he's seeing activity among PE firms doing late-stage venture deals, as well as tons of strategic buyers lining up capital from LPs in new funds. Video

Welcome to the Wide World of Sports: Mergers and Acquisitions

Although the Ray Rice scandal has taken over the sports headlines, there have been a number of deals announced this week in the sports arena. Video

David Marcus talks with Lisa Allen about forum selection bylaws

Delaware Chancellor Andre Bouchard on Sept. 8 upheld the validity of a corporate bylaw that selected North Carolina federal courts as the exclusive jurisdiction for fiduciary duty claims brought by shareholders of First Citizens BancShares Inc. against the company, which agreed in June to combine with First Citizens Bancorporation Inc. Video

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