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  • How Hobby Lobby decision affects small business

    Narrowly crafted case doesn't mean entreprenuers can ignore existing laws.

    USA TODAY
  • Foreign buyers to face fines if they break takeover promises

    The business secretary is planning to strengthen Britain's takeover rules to make it harder for international bidders to renege on promises made during a takeover, after concluding the existing rules are ...

    Financial Times
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  • Companies diary: July 14 - July 18

    Diary commentary from FT reporters; data and company announcements, unless otherwise stated, from Thomson Reuters. Company announcements are of information publicly available before last week.

    Financial Times
  • Allergan: turnabout is fair play

    Acquisition-based growth is simply too risky. Or so Allergan keeps saying as it criticises its unrelenting suitor Valeant and the roll-up strategy that is has been pursuing (together with questioning its ...

    Financial Times
  • Malaysia banks: Malay melee

    Malaysian banks are thinking big. On Friday, regulators at the country's central bank gave the go ahead to CIMB, RHB Capital and Malaysia Building Society to enter merger talks. If successful, the deal ...

    Financial Times
  • Upbeat outlook for European corporate earnings

    The forthcoming half-year results season is expected to show improved sentiment in Europe and a more positive outlook for corporate earnings, according to rating agency Standard & Poor's. S&P Capital IQ's ...

    Financial Times
  • Fund deal flurry could be broader omen

    Asset managers have a great new idea for an investment; they are going to try to buy other investment managers. That at least seems to be what many bigwigs in the industry expect. Whether this signals ...

    Financial Times
  • The Top 11 Earnings Previews for the Week Ahead

    The week of July 14 to July 18 is going to mark the official launch of earnings season. Already we have seen Alcoa please the street and set a positive bias, but retail and basic consumer spending still ...

    24/7 Wall St.
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  • AB InBev could slake investors' takeover thirst with SABMiller

    Carlos Brito, head of Anheuser-Busch InBev, sells one in five beers globally, including Budweiser, Corona and Stella Artois, but the 54-year-old Brazilian may have an appetite for more. Heightened expectations ...

    Financial Times
  • Private equity: A fee too far

    It is too early to say whether the $30bn leveraged buyout of First Data in 2007 on the eve of the financial crash was a bad deal. KKR, the private equity group with a controlling stake, could yet recoup ...

    Financial Times
  • Analysts query logic of Malaysia three-way bank merger

    Malaysia's sleepy banking scene is not known for delivering surprises. But news last week that the country's second-largest bank by assets, CIMB, was in talks with two local rivals - RHB Capital and Malaysia ...

    Financial Times
  • Big funds get bigger as hedge fund market recovers

    Investors are often accused of having short memories and, when it comes to hedge funds, many market commentators believe the accusation holds true. Little more than five years ago the hedge fund market ...

    Financial Times
  • Lindt poised to acquire Russell Stover

    Lindt, the Swiss chocolate-maker, is close to securing a takeover of Russell Stover, the third-largest US candy company by sales, in a deal that would shake up the country's sweet-toothed consumer goods ...

    Financial Times
  • Hardware Is The New Software

    Nest. GoPro. Beats. Jawbone. Oculus. All hardware companies and each of them accorded multi-billion dollar valuations either in private investment transactions or acquisitions by some of the largest technology ...

    TechCrunch
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  • Chinese group Hony Capital buys PizzaExpress for £900m

    Beijing-based Hony Capital has bought PizzaExpress, the British restaurant chain, for about £900m in the latest example of China's growing appetite for overseas investments. The sale comes after PizzaExpress ...

    Financial Times
  • SunEdison Spin-Off Leads Coming Week’s IPOs

    Last week there were only three initial public offerings (IPOs) on the calendar. None of the three actually made it out the door, though. One, KineMed, has been postponed and may be withdrawn. This week ...

    24/7 Wall St.
  • Key Companies With Insider Selling This Week

    In a week that saw more than its share of volatility some top insiders decided it was time to lighten up on their holdings. As we have mentioned in the past, selling by insiders, especially those at the ...

    24/7 Wall St.
  • [$$] Earnings Outlook: Sunny for Telecom, Not Banks

    Having risen more than 40% since the start of the year, Alcoa's stock price reflected a lot of optimism when the aluminum producer kicked off earnings season on Tuesday. With U.S. stock indexes looking a bit wobbly following the record highs set recently and the memory of a weak first quarter…

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  • [$$] Research Reports

    Many may be obtained through Thomson Reuters at thomson.com/financial or 800-638-8241. American Airlines Group • AAL-Nasdaq Outperform • Price $40.26 on July 8 by Imperial Capital The airline released updated guidance for the second quarter and full-year 2014.

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  • [$$] Charting the Market

    MGIC Investment The mortgage insurer says proposed rules for doing business with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac require insurers to hold excessive levels of liquid assets. America Movil Carlos Slim will break up part of his wireless company to bring its Mexico market share below 50% and duck burdens…

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