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M&A to flow to cardiac-focused medical devices

Following St. Jude Medical's acquisition of Thoratec, M&A in the medical device sector, especially devices related to the heart, is expected to take off. Video

Privately held Petstages looks for private equity sponsor

Petstages is looking to secure a private equity sponsor after walking away from a deal with a strategic company because the company's management decided they would still like to own a stake in the company. Video

Teva springs for $40.5B Allergan Generics acquisition

Teva Pharmaceutical will acquire the generics business of Botox maker Allergan and subsequently abandon a $40 billion, hostile pursuit for its peer Mylan. Video

Activists continue to squeeze value out of retailer Jamba Juice

When freshly squeezed juice retailer Jamba Inc. reports its quarterly results early next month, the potential is there for more franchising of its Jamba Juice store locations, as well as more share buybacks. Video

Tie-up between health insurers Anthem and Cigna is imminent

Merger talks come after health insurer Cigna rejected a $54 billion overture from Anthem at the end of June. Video

Merger Talk: Financial Institutions Group

Mark Aiello Vice President and General Manager of RR Donnelley's Venue Virtual Data Room speaks with Jeff Davis, Managing Director in the Financial Institutions Group of Mercer Capital. Video

Pinnacle offloads real estate for $4.8B to Gaming and Leisure

The deal comes after an activist investor urged Pinnacle to separate real estate assets and take other shareholder-friendly steps. Video

SunEdison to acquire Vivint Solar for $2.2B

The deal will make making SunEdison the largest residential and commercial solar provider in the world. Video

Proxy fight may be brewing at Qualcomm

Jana Partners' $2 billion investment in Qualcomm and its attendant activist campaign have been constructive. Until now. Video

Putting the Greek Economy and Banks Back on the Right Path

EU lawmaker Brian Hayes, a member of the European Parliament's economic and monetary affairs committee, is confident that Greece will remain the single-currency area and that the bailout package proposed by its single-currency peers will succeed in bringing stability to the situation. Video

EU′s Katainen Says Europe Open for Business Despite Greece

Jyrki Katainen, European Commission Vice-President responsible for Jobs, Growth, Investment, and Competitiveness, discusses the new European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) risk-sharing fund and offers reassurances to foreign investors about Europe′s economic well-being despite Greece. ′Of course we have to solve the Greek problem, but then at the same time we can be quite confident towards our future,′ he said in an exclusive interview with The Deal′s Renee Cordes. On that front, the EFSI will help pump more private money into the real economy -- helping SMEs get their hands on venture capital and other financing -- as well as spur m&a by creating a stronger single market for energy, the digital economy and capital in about two years′ time. Video

Jarden fills M&A cup with $1.4B acquisition of Waddington

Representing Jarden's largest purchase since buying Yankee Candle a couple of years ago, the consumer products giant is shelling out $1.35 billion for plastic tableware maker Waddington Group. Video

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