mergers and acquisitions
CC specializes in oil and gas exploration, forest survey and protection, and power line support.
Financing for the 202-megawatt project in Texas is projected to be finalized by the second quarter.
Strength in other sectors can’t fill gap left by a slow year in natural resources.
James Dick Concrete to continue operating as a separate brand in Ontario.
Combined paper company will have 11 manufacturing facilities in six US states.
Company said it expects to realize US$30 million in net proceeds.
As part of the acquisition, Advance Auto will get 1,246 company operated stores and 1,418 independently owned Carquest locations.
Black Shire produces about 7,000 barrels per day around Provost, Alta.
Livio develops software that lets drivers connect to their smartphones through their car radios or dashboard infotainment systems.
The all-stock transaction will create a new company with a market capitalization of about $29 billion.
Proceeds from the transaction will be used to repay bank debt and investigate other strategic alternatives.
JD Irving operates NB&M Railways, which has nearly 900 kilometres of track in Maine and New Brunswick.
The purchase includes fabrication equipment and more than 200 patents and pending applications.
Auto parts maker wants to snatch up companies in China, Russia, but is cautious about India and South America.
Essilor also acquires PPG’s optical sun lens business; PPG to continue to supplying optical dyes and R&D services.