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Deals wrap: Who’s interested in AIA?

August 12, 2010

The logo of the AIA tower is seen at its entrance in Hong Kong July 13, 2010.REUTERS/Tyrone Siu AIG has started talks with potential investors to sell stakes in its Asian life insurance business AIA ahead of AIA’s planned IPO, sources say. *View article* In a related matter, Prudential says its failed bid for AIA, which collapsed in May, will cost less than first expected. *View article

General Motors posts its biggest quarterly profit in six years a day ahead of an expected IPO filing. *View article *View article

Private equity firms that benefited from Dubai’s boom years are now looking to the emirate for reforms needed to revive the sector, writes Nicolas Parasie and Dinesh Nair. *View analysis

Robert F.X. Sillerman is again making a bid for control of entertainment company CKX and “The Deal Professor” looks into the nitty-gritty of the deal. *View NYT article

In an Op-Ed piece, William Poole discusses the best way to put Fannie and Freddie to rest. *View NYT article

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