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Comcast, Time Warner concessions may promote new broadband

Antitrust scrutiny of the cablers' $67 billion merger is bringing over-the-top television into the picture as regulators try to gauge the deal′s effect on programming. Video

Serial acquirer Zayo goes public after rolling up fiber rivals

Dan Caruso, the networker's chairman and CEO, talks consolidation, overseas expansion and PE exits with The Deal′s Chris Nolter on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Video

Bain moves into China′s financial services sector

The firm has already invested more than $1 billion in Chinese companies, but those acquisitions have come in other industries. This week Bain agreed to pay about $164 million for an 80% stake in Lionbridge Capital. Video

Pet products e-tailers hit the auction block

Foster and Smith, TABcom and PetFlow are among the potential targets catering to our furry friends. Both strategics and private equity firms are expected to bid on the businesses. Video

NHL action heats up on and off the ice, sports M&A talk

National Hockey League owners may be celebrating Christmas early, given the news that one franchise, just a few years removed from bankruptcy and still with severe losses and horrible attendance, has seen its valuation rise 75% in just 14 months. Video

Avista informally talks to potential suitors; Buffett shows interest

The utility, with a $2.11 billion market capitalization, is looking for a full valuation and a buyer capable of navigating the Washington regulatory maze. Video

GT Advanced takes a big sapphire setback from Apple, files Ch 11

GT Advanced Technologies took a big setback in the form of a Ch. 11 filing last week, in part due to its relationship from Apple not taking off the way the sapphire-producing company had hoped. Apple's limited reliance on its top product will cost hundreds of GT Advanced employees their jobs, as the company is shutting down one big factor as a result of its Chapter 11 filing. Video

David Marcus discusses Friday's $76 million verdict against RBC

Delaware Vice Chancellor J. Travis Laster awarded stockholders of Rural Metro Corp. $76 million in damages on Friday in a 95-page opinion that will likely cause months of debate and controversy and could have far-reaching effects on Delaware litigation and corporate practice. Video

CSX talk of mega-merger boosts railway stocks

Canadian Pacific Railway was apparently interested in merging with the U.S. railway operator, but the putative target reportedly walked away from the bargaining table. Video

The Deal's David Marcus on the Wall Street classic Liar's Poker

A quarter century on, the characters in the Wall Street bestiary that is Michael Lewis's Liar's Poker are as captivating as ever. The book became a bible for a generation of traders despite the author' skepticism and ultimate renunciation of the world he described. Video

Consac pressures Quiksilver to sell

The sports apparel company has struggled to remain relevant, at one point even making a foray into winter sports with its 2005 acquisition of ski gear maker Rossignol. Quiksilver later unloaded that company for a fraction of what it spent to buy it. Video

Teads CEO Bertrand Quesada discussed the company's expected 2015 IPO

Amanda Levin, Senior Writer at The Deal, sat down on Thursday with Bertrand Quesada, CEO of Ebuzzing Teads, which recently shortened its name to Teads, to discuss the robust digital advertising market and the company's upcoming IPO. Video

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