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Aetna Inc. CEO Mark Bertolini will collect about half-a-billion dollars when and if Aetna’s sale to CVS Health closes, according to the Wall Street Journal.…
Of the two competitors, the one to bet on is the one that doesn't need to operate a big network of brick-and-mortar stores.
Some employers in the region have still been knocked back by the IRS letters landing in their mailboxes.
Provided the deal with Arby's closes early next year as planned, McGuire persevered in a grimly determined proxy fight only to agree to a buyout premium of all of 3 percent once his nominees were elected.
Sure, it's just the retirement of a commercial airplane, but there never was anything ordinary about the 747.
Some books and financial advisors make it seem that saving for retirement is pretty simple. The implicit idea is that, if people still live on the financial edge after many years of working, there must be something wrong with them. That's not the case.
So really how smart — and harmless — is one of these things?
The sale of a majority stake in the Minneapolis software firm Jamf that was announced last month marked another milestone for investment firm Summit Partners,…
The decisions about how capital gets deployed also help explain why so many industries, such as restaurants and groceries, are cyclical.
Some awfully entertaining reading can usually be found in the background of the merger section of the securities filings that companies prepare for shareholders when…