Mergers and Acquisitions

Online gaming giant DraftKings has agreed to acquire Golden Nugget Online Gaming in a deal valued at $1.56 billion.
The reverse merger between Torchlight Energy and Metamaterials was completed early Monday morning and a new ticker will emerge on the Nasdaq when trading begins.
After other recent media mergers and acquisitions, the leading streaming company, Netflix, has been left without a marriage.
Here's a quick look at selected company earnings reports that came out before U.S. markets opened Tuesday morning.
The announced merger between Cabot and Cimarex has sent investors rushing for the exits. There will be more of these mergers in the coming months, but none is likely to prevent what appears to be...
AT&T and Discovery have reached an agreement to combine AT&T's WarnerMedia with Discovery in a deal that will reduce AT&T's debt load and put Discovery CEO David Zaslav in charge of one of the...
Private equity firm Thoma Bravo has agreed to pay $12.3 billion in cash for cybersecurity firm Proofpoint. A go-shop period of 45 days is included, so Proofpoint can shop around for a better offer.
Analysts at Robert Baird weighed in on both Kimco and Weingarten ahead of Thursday's announced $3.87 billion merger.
The SEC on Monday issued a statement that could have a chilling effect on blank-check companies, or SPACs, and how these firms do their accounting.
Software giant has agreed to acquire speech recognition company Nuance for $19.7 billion in an all-cash deal.
Fintech trading firm eToro has agreed to come public in a reverse merger with blank-check company FinTech Acquisition Corp. V in a deal that values eToro at more than $10 billion.
GE announced Wednesday that it will sell its aircraft leasing business for $30 billion. The company also announced a reverse stock split and reiterated its January outlook for its Industrial segment.
GE is reportedly talking to aircraft leasing competitor AerCap about a sale or merger of GE's aircraft leasing business in a deal that could be worth more than $30 billion.
Resort and casino operator Las Vegas Sands has sold its properties in Las Vegas for $6.25 billion and says it plans to focus on its Asian assets in Macau and Singapore.
AT&T has signed a deal to spin off its U.S. video business, including DirecTV, the satellite pay-TV service it paid $48 billion for just six years and 9 million more subscribers ago.