DealZone

Looking for a Sun Valley deal

July 8, 2010

The logo on the door of the Sun Valley resort, site of the 26th annual Allen & Co conference in Sun Valley, Idaho July 8, 2008. REUTERS/Rick Wilking  At Sun Valley, so far, it’s the fabricated deals that are getting the headlines. News Corp is not in talks to sell MySpace, despite the rumors. View article Read More

BP boss Tony Hayward is in the Middle East in a quest for cash to ward off takeovers. What’s in it for sovereign wealth funds in the oil-rich area? Diversity, says Reuters reporter Natsuko Waki. View article

The hedge fund industry has seen inflows of roughly $30 billion since last summer but British firm Man Group is not following the trend. Outflows from institutions have shrunk from year-ago levels but private investors are now pulling money out. View article

Now that the “world’s largest IPO” headlines  have been written about Agbank,  do the big numbers add up? View FT article

WSJ has some interesting predictions on who will be cutting steak with Warren Buffett this year. No one has  admitted yet to paying $2.6 million for a lunch date with the Oracle of Omaha.  View WSJ article

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