Hewlett-Packard spends a net $2.7 billion for the maker of hardware and software for enterprise mobile networks.
A Los Angeles community voices its concern over the $3.4 billion banking deal.
Will fewer companies flee the United States if the statutory tax rate is lowered? Not necessarily, finds a Reuters analysis.
The challenges and opportunities ahead for finance chiefs.
The SEC and the Ontario Securities Commission are looking into trades made after a report of a possible Blackberry takeover by Samsung.
The president's plan for business tax reform makes no sense.
In 2014, 344 companies were targets of activist shareholders, but the average activist fund returned only 4%, finds a new study.
Staples pays a 65% premium to acquire its competitor; sets $1 billion synergy target.
Using complex M&A structures, U.S. companies are getting access to cash trapped overseas.
A Bloomberg columnist proposes an interesting endgame for Yahoo's latest move to capitalize on its Alibaba share holdings.