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DealMaker Holiday Dreams, Pt. 1: Planes, Trains, And Automobiles (And Yachts!)

What gifts do you really want this holiday season? I mean really want, if you could have anything? A select few dealmakers don't have to think twice before filling their holiday wishlists with the most lavish things money can buy. Our...
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Earlier this week, Snapchat announced its movement into the mobile payment world with Snapcash, a feature that lets you send money to other Snapchat users with the push of a button. As the company explains, it's as simple as entering...
Ninja Skills: How Private Equity Can Outmaneuver Strategic Buyers

How can private equity firms outmaneuver strategic buyers and get the best companies at (relatively) good prices? Here are some key suggestions.

Despite a slight dip in Q3, it continues to be a strong year for worldwide M&A activity. Here's some highlights from Thomson Reuters latest Trends in Deal Making webinar.
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Master limited partnerships are popular in the oil & gas industry. But Kinder Morgan's move away from the MLP structure, coupled with closer scrutiny by the US government, calls into question their future.

2014 is shaping up to be an amazing year for M&A, with worldwide deal activity up 73% over H1 2013. Technology, healthcare, and telecommunications have all been hot, with some controversial deals along the way. Here are the best deal making quotes of 2014 (so far).

Donald Sterling has repeatedly stated that the LA Clippers are not for sale. No one is listening to him anymore. With the unprecedented sanction of Sterling a near certainty at this point, the LA Clippers have become a jump ball. A...
10 Famous Investment Scams

This month, the trial of Bernie Madoff’s former secretary Annette Bongiorno is expected to wrap up. Bongiorno is one of five former employees on trial for abetting Madoff's fraud. Bernie Madoff was sentenced in 2009 to 150 years in prison after his investment firm Bernard L. Madoff Investments Securities fell apart, costing investors an estimated $65 billion in losses – one of the biggest frauds ever seen in America.

Kids today don’t buy lottery tickets. They launch startups. The news is obsessed with the story about how Facebook just bought WhatsApp, with a mere 50 lucky employees, for $19 billion. For those who haven’t downloaded a calculator app because their...

There’s been a lot of handwringing about the state of the junior mining sector lately, including a recent story in theCanadian business press predicting the disappearance of hundreds of Canadian companies that could stall the supply of worldwide mineral projects for years.