Rumors

Shares of drugmaker Mallinckrodt have lost more than 40% overnight following reports that the firm has hired restructuring advisors. A bankruptcy filing is a real possibility.
While multiple reports had discussed an acquisition of Symantec, Broadcom's hopes of acquiring the company appear to be dashed. New reports indicate that these two technology companies have ceased...
Barnes & Noble, after seeing its shares peak at $30 or so back in 2006, has joined the rumor mill of buyout candidates.
The big question that shareholders should be asking is how much of a premium Cypress Semiconductor might fetch in a buyout.
A report from Bloomberg on Thursday had indicated that Iamgold was exploring a sale of the company, garnering at least some interest from speculators who chase buyout rumors.
The private equity owner of long-time tech firm Corel may be considering a third public offering of the firm it first acquired in 2003.
Facebook is reportedly seeking $1 billion in backing for a Facebook cryptocurrency. We can hardly wait.
Last Friday Reuters reported that embattled utility company PG&E was preparing a bankruptcy filing in the event the state legislature does not step in with assistance for potential liabilities...
Oil supermajor Shell is said to be in discussions to acquire Permian Basin producer Endeavor Energy for around $8 billion. This could be a very good deal for the Dutch giant if it can pull it off.
Coca-Cola once more has shown its commitment to expanding the diversity of its offerings through bolt-on acquisitions. Investors must be asking themselves what’s next.
A rumored buyout boosts shares of newspaper company Tronc, Samsung unveils a new smartphone, the housing market starts to falter, and other important business headlines.
Walmart has many challenges as it competes with Amazon. Is it going to add to those problems by chasing a business in which it cannot be successful?
24/7 Wall St. was curious to see just how much Groupon might actually fetch from an acquirer. Unfortunately, some shareholders might be disappointed by the price.
Oath CEO Tim Armstrong is reported to be considering putting together an offer that releases the company from current owner Verizon. AOL and Yahoo, the two components of Oath, cost Verizon nearly $9...
If one company has been a victim of the change in retail and in the selling of video games, GameStop would certainly be a prime example.