Warren Buffet is exiting USG, an investment he made in 2001 with a loan to the then-bankrupt company.
The $46-per-share deal “is the latest in a spate of mergers and acquisitions among physician networks."
A large proportion of investors have recently assigned greater importance to companies' environmental, social, and governance factors.
The deal combines two cloud-based platform companies that heavily target finance chiefs.
Invoicing can be an expensive process that involves intensive manual data entry, revisions, approvals, and bookkeeping.
S&P says there is a material risk Eastman Kodak will be unable to refinance a $395 million outstanding term loan.
The deal signals Sharp’s reentry into PCs, a business it abandoned in 2010.
The purchase of the Smart Chicken brand comes amid continued efforts by U.S. poultry producers to build presence in the fast-growing organic sector.
Microsoft pledges to keep GitHub a platform-agnostic service for developers.
As the pace of mortgage lending slows, Citizens acquires a servicing portfolio that produces fee income.