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  • Easing the Retention: Takeda Pays Merger Bonuses

    Japanese firm's Rx for angst at Millennium is the "unusual" step of offering broad incentives to get employees to stay. April 15, 2008

  • Deals: Healthier, Thanks to Health Care

    In our M&A Roundup for the week ended April 13, big transactions involving an Alcon stake, and Millennium Pharma, and LifeCell provide a needed boost. April 14, 2008

  • Deals: A Week Outdone by a Day?

    In our M&A Roundup for the week ended April 5, the number of transactions surged. But the the number of acquisitions announced on Monday alone seized the spotlight. April 7, 2008

  • Solvent Survivors

    Solvency II sounds like the title of an unimaginative Hollywood movie sequel. But this insurance industry EU directive, due in 2012, promises some interesting plot twists — including a big rise in M&A activity, surprising in today's turmoil. April 7, 2008

  • Picking Up the Pieces

    In the wake of a broken deal, how do companies move on? April 1, 2008

  • Deals: The Fords in India's Future

    In our M&A Roundup for the week ended March 30, there's still a pulse if one looks at certain markets — not just Indian firm Tata Motors buying Jaguar and Land Rover, but also in a credit-card deal and a blank-check acquisition. March 31, 2008

  • Deals: Paced by the Pit, Paper, and Pepsi

    In our M&A Roundup for the week ended March 23, M&A volume doubles as the three biggest deals bring new owners for the New York Merc, Weyerhauser assets, and a Russian juice brand. March 24, 2008

  • Deals: A Topsy-Turvy World

    In our M&A Roundup for the week ended March 16, tender offer for the maker of "Grand Theft Auto" and purchase of a social networking firm rank near top — while Bear Stearns goes for two bucks a share. March 17, 2008

  • Deals: America on Sale, but Not to Worry

    In our M&A Roundup for the week ended March 9, non-U.S. buyers account for half the top deals. But overall transaction levels remain weak, and private equity buyers recede. March 10, 2008

  • Deals: Private Equity Plays Both Sides

    In our M&A Roundup for the week ended March 2, billion-dollar deals nearly vanish, but private players are back in the (mid-sized) game. March 3, 2008

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