Special Report

The Largest Mergers of the Last 20 Years

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100. Private Group and Kinder Morgan, Inc.
> Total transaction value: $21.4 billion
> Transaction announced: 2006

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99. The Charles Schwab Corp. and TD Ameritrade Holding Corp.
> Total transaction value: $21.7 billion
> Transaction announced: 2019

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98. Johnson & Johnson and Synthes, Inc.
> Total transaction value: $21.8 billion
> Transaction announced: 2011

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97. Facebook, Inc. and WhatsApp, Inc.
> Total transaction value: $21.9 billion
> Transaction announced: 2014

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96. Enterprise Products Partners LP and EPCO, Inc. (Enterprise GP Holdings LP)
> Total transaction value: $22.2 billion
> Transaction announced: 2010

95. American International Group, Inc. and American General Corp.
> Total transaction value: $22.4 billion
> Transaction announced: 2001

94. Harris Corp. and L-3 Communications – Combat Propulsion Systems
> Total transaction value: $22.4 billion
> Transaction announced: 2018

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93. SBC Communications, Inc. and AT&T Corp.
> Total transaction value: $22.5 billion
> Transaction announced: 2005

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92. Kraft Foods, Inc. and Cadbury Plc.
> Total transaction value: $22.5 billion
> Transaction announced: 2009

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91. Mars, Inc. and Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co.
> Total transaction value: $22.6 billion
> Transaction announced: 2008

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