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  • Deals: Buying into America

    In our M&A Roundup for the week ended Dec. 14, a tepid seven days brings four foreign deals for U.S. properties. But only one transaction exceeds $1 billion. December 15, 2008

  • Last of the Big Spenders

    How 2008 panned out for one of the M&A boom's most transformative deals — and what 2009 has in store. December 8, 2008

  • Freeze!

    From M&A to IPOs, transactions that were once routine became remarkable in 2008. December 8, 2008

  • Deals: Citi Never Sleeps

    In our M&A Roundup for the week ended Dec. 7, the troubled bank's complex purchase of a Spanish company, and associated sell-offs, dominate the action. Kuwait is a big buyer, as it gets half of Dow's polyethylene business for $7.50 billion. December 8, 2008

  • Deals: The Long Road to a Trillion

    In our M&A Roundup for the week ended Nov. 30, no single transaction tops $1 billion, but at last the total for 2008 dealmaking tops $1 trillion. December 1, 2008

  • Deals: To Canada and Beyond

    In our M&A Roundup for the week ended Nov. 23, four of the ten largest North American deals involve Canadian natural-resource companies — in a slow period that shows signs of picking up today. November 24, 2008

  • Deals: Financials Get Serviced

    In our M&A Roundup for the week ended Nov. 16, six of ten deals involved banks or insurers — including a big Treasury infusion to AIG, and a small one to UCBH. "Regular" deals include Exelon's $12.6b purchase of NRG. November 17, 2008

  • Deals: Mostly Domestic, and Dwindling

    In our M&A Roundup for the week ended Nov. 9, there are fewer cross-border transactions. And that leads to a sharp overall fall-off. November 10, 2008

  • Deals: A Pulse from Across the Pond

    In our M&A Roundup for the week ended Nov. 2, excluding TARP deals, CenturyTel does the biggest transaction. But four of the top-10 transactions reflect smaller investments from Europe. November 4, 2008

  • Second Thoughts

    With equity markets plunging, companies that were gunning for IPOs have needed back-up plans. November 3, 2008

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