A Facebook IPO is a few years off, Bank of America raises $13.47 billion in a share sale, GM's bankruptcy plan envisages a quick sale to government, and more. Here are the latest deal-related stories:
The drop in U.S. stocks through the first three months of 2009 did little to spur merger activity in the U.S. industrial sector, but a top executive at blue-chip manufacturer United Technologies Corp argued on Thursday that the recent rebound in share prices could spur buying.
The bear market's message to MBA graduates - tough luck.
MBAs who graduate during a bear market may never get the chance to start a Wall Street career, which means they would earn significantly less over their lifetime than those who graduated when things were rosy around them, a Stanford business school study shows.
Remember a couple of years ago, when it was discovered that an executive used his corporate American Express card to pay for $241,000 worth of "services" at a New York-based "gentleman's club" then tried to stiff AmEx on paying the bill?
from India Insight:
Tech Mahindra, part of Indian business group Mahindra & Mahindra, won the race to acquire Satyam Computer Services on Monday, in a deal that'll help the mid-sized outsourcer gain in size and also lift clarity on Satyam's fate.