The $420 million deal for the maker of Pirate's Booty cheese puffs expands Hershey's "better-for-you" snacks business.
In a $6 billion deal, the private-equity firm will replace KKR as the majority owner of Sedgwick, the largest U.S. insurance claims service provider.
The move is seen as a push by Japanese chipmaker Renesas into the self-driving automobile and "data economy" markets.
While M&A activity is strong this year, quantifying how much of it is driven by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act requires a nuanced analysis.
Deal-makers often don’t consider customers, according to a global branding consultancy. When they do, everybody wins.
After expanding into the fresh foods market aggressively through acquisitions, Campbell decides to pull back and focus on its core markets.
The companies could technically withdraw from the deal without penalty, but say they remain in "constructive dialogue."
The deal is seen as part of Pepsi’s push into more health-conscious beverage markets.
The apparent demise of Randa's $460 million proposal clears the way for Perry Ellis to be taken private by founder George Feldenkreis.
The $250 million investment comes amid "massive consolidation" in the business process outsourcing industry.