COVID-19 pandemic creates M&A opportunities: Saputo CEO
Dairy processor’s fourth quarter profits hit by COVID-related shift in consumer demand.
Hydro One, Avista call off merger citing Washington and Idaho rejections
Under the terms of the merger agreement, US$103 million in termination fees go to Avista.
Internet, television service provider VMedia takes step towards public listing
The firm will obtain a listing on the TSX Venture Exchange through a reverse takeover of Phoenix Canada Oil Company Ltd.
Corporate M&A deal making driven by fast technological change
High degree of potential M&A activity runs parallel to rising expectations over the state of the world economy.
Ottawa’s merger review must focus on innovation and efficiency
C.D. Howe Institute report says current process needs streamlining, it’s too long and costly.
Failed energy companies restore stability for rest of oilpatch
26 “troubled children” in court-monitored receivership or restructuring.
Canada a Top 5 global M&A investment destination: EY
Nearly 50% of businesses looking to pursue mergers and acquisitions within next 12 months.
Canadian mining deal value and volume down in 2012
Canada maintains high stake in global M&A activity.
Canadian firms pursue growth through acquisitions: Grant Thornton
Canadian companies are pursuing growth through acquisitions over the next three years, says a Grant Thornton International Business Report.