Dow Chemical, DuPont merger approved by European regulators
$62 billion deal will see companies come together, then break apart into three separate, publicly traded companies.
Partnership popularity grows as tool to counter low growth
EY survey reveals the appetite for mergers and acquisitions remains strong as well.
Transcontinental doubles packaging business with US$80 million acquisition
Ultra Flex Packaging employs nearly 300 people in Brooklyn, NY.
Chipmaker Cypress buying Spansion in stock deal worth $1.59B
Deal expected to cut annual costs by $135 million within three years.
BASF to sell textile chemicals business to Swiss company Archroma
Deal expected to close in Q1 2015.
M&A market stagnant despite economic confidence: survey
Canadian companies focused on low-risk growth strategies.
Kentz shareholders say yes to SNC-Lavalin takeover deal
Subject to court approval, the deal is expected to become effective on Aug. 22.
Executives’ confidence in global economy up 24%: EY
Improved confidence means companies are planning on pursuing more M&A activity in the next 12 months, survey suggests.
Energy juniors Renegade Petroleum, Alexander Energy to join forces
The friendly, $495 million stock-based takeover of Renegade will form a new company named Spartan Energy Corp.
Packers Plus acquires Texas-based completions companies
Energy services company expects acquisitions to accelerate growth in the US.
Daimler pays $845 million for 12% stake in Chinese partner
Automaker looks to increase its footprint in the fast growing Chinese car market.
Applied Materials to acquire Tokyo Electron for $9.4 billion
The all-stock transaction will create a new company with a market capitalization of about $29 billion.
Legacy grows footprint in Alberta, Saskatchewan through acquisition deals
Energy firm pays $108.6 million for two separate deals to add to its existing light oil presence