Deals coverage from Reuters.
A federal judge on Tuesday denied a request by AT&T Inc <T.N> to compel the U.S. Justice Department to disclose any records of communications between the White House and government lawyers that detail President Donald Trump's views on the company's proposed $85 billion merger with Time Warner Inc <TWX.N>.
U.S. semiconductor company Qualcomm Inc <QCOM.O> on Tuesday unveiled a sweetened $44 billion agreement to acquire NXP Semiconductors NV <NXPI.O>, its most defiant move in its defense against a hostile $121 billion bid from Broadcom Ltd <AVGO.O>.
U.S. grocer Albertsons Cos Inc said it would buy drug store chain Rite Aid Corp <RAD.N> to create a company with $83 billion in annual revenue, giving it more clout to compete with bigger chains in an industry fearing the entry of Amazon.Com <AMZN.O>.
Xerox Corp shareholders Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason said on Tuesday the U.S. company should seek to sell itself to one of its rivals or a private equity firm.
Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox has strengthened its offer to protect the independence of Sky's loss-making news channel to try to overcome regulatory concerns about Fox's takeover of the parent company.
Investor advisory firm Glass Lewis has urged shareholders in British wholesaler Booker Group <BOK.L> to reject a takeover by retailer Tesco <TSCO.L>, dealing a fresh blow to the proposed 3.7 billion-pound ($5.2 billion) deal.
Throughout 2016 and 2017, a rail terminal built to accept crude oil for the largest East Coast refinery often sat idle, with few trains showing up to unload.
African miner Randgold Resources <RRS.L> is looking to make its first acquisition outside its home continent in North and South America to diversify its portfolio of assets, its chief executive Mark Bristow told Reuters.
Brazil's major telecoms operators stand to free up hundreds of millions of dollars to invest in technologies like 4G and broadband by unloading unwanted assets, as a push by the sector to overhaul decades-old rules shows signs of paying off.
Deutsche Bank <DBKGn.DE> plans an initial public offering of its asset-management arm, DWS, on Monday next week, following on the heels of Siemens' <SIEGn.DE> blockbuster Healthineers listing, sources close to the matter said.
Swiss banking software supplier Temenos <TEMN.S> is in talks to buy Fidessa Group <FDSA.L> for about 1.4 billion pounds ($1.96 billion), it said on Tuesday, to add the British company's equities-trading technology to its portfolio.
Commercial Bank <COMB.QA>, Qatar's third largest bank by assets, has agreed, in principle, to sell its 40 percent stake in Abu Dhabi-listed United Arab Bank <UAB.AD> to United Arab Emirates-based Tabarak Investment, sources told Reuters on Tuesday.
A Dutch court has ordered Steinhoff International <SNHJ.J> to amend its 2016 accounts, handing victory to a former business partner in a dispute over the ownership of discount furniture store chain POCO, the crisis-hit retailer said on Tuesday.
Staffing company Adecco <ADEN.S> said on Tuesday it bought U.S.-based online recruitment platform Vettery for an undisclosed sum to increase its footprint in the digital permanent recruitment market.
Trading house Mitsubishi Corp <8058.T> said on Tuesday it was considering raising its stake in Mitsubishi Motors <7211.T> via a tender offer, a deal that the Nikkei newspaper reported could be worth about $1.1 billion.
Israel's OrCam, which has developed a visual aid for the blind, has completed a funding round that values the company at $1 billion, putting it on track for a planned initial public offering (IPO), its chief executive said on Tuesday.
ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE <PSMGn.DE> is in exclusive talks with private equity firm General Atlantic over the sale of a minority stake in its digital business, two people with direct knowledge of the matter said on Monday.
Colombian electricity company Celsia said on Monday it raised 1.47 trillion pesos ($515.2 million) during a share issue, funds it will use to increase its stake in another local company and to reduce debt levels.