The company that made bats for a who's who of baseball greats announces a deal to sell its Louisville Slugger brand to rival Wilson Sporting Goods.
Mall operator Simon Property boosted its hostile bid for rival Macerich by 5 percent to $16.8 billion and says that will be its best and final offer.
Blackstone agrees to buy the former Sears Tower in a deal that features an observation deck as a tourist attraction and unique revenue stream.
Avon's out of the S&P 500, and it's worried about a strong dollar. Carmike Cinemas has reportedly hired an investment bank to explore a buyout.
Stocks bounced back Monday, helped by a couple of billion-dollar deals, while Apple shares ended slightly higher after unveiling its long-anticipated watch.
What brings stocks down? News about a carcinogen (Lumber Liquidators), a bad quarter (Bazaarvoice) and a decision against a spinoff (Bob Evans Farms).
Nasdaq closes above 5,000 for the first time since the 2000 dot-com bubble, as tech stocks rose on deals. The S&P 500 and Dow ended at record highs Monday.
The S&P 500 and Dow slipped Thursday as energy shares fell with oil prices. The Nasdaq resumed its recent advance after deal news in the technology sector.
Staples' merger with Office Depot, Expedia's purchase of Orbitz and the Dollar Tree-Family Dollar buyout suggest this year will be big for big deals.
A $1.15 billion deal places a venerable firm that makes high-quality, lower-cost cereal in the hands of Post Holdings, a big, but not that big, firm.
Twenty-two community, farm, faith, food and hunger groups protest Post's purchase of Mom Brands, saying the deal is certain to raise cereal prices.
Expedia includes Hotels.com, CheapTickets.com, HotWire, Travelocity and eventually Orbtiz. Team Priceline has Kayak, Booking.com and Rentalcars.com.
Analysis of taxes paid by the six largest companies known to be doing inversions shows that all were paying below the federal corporate rate of 35 percent.
Kellogg and J.M. Smucker report earnings this week, fresh off the introduction of PB&J Pop-Tarts and the $5.8 billion purchase of a pet-food firm.
U.S. stocks climbed Thursday as energy shares bounced with oil prices, while news Pfizer would buy Hospira in a massive deal further boosted the market.
Staples agrees to buy nearest rival Office Depot in a $6.3 billion cash-and-stock deal to better compete against online and big-box retailers.
Stocks rise Tuesday, led by gains in energy shares as oil prices extended their recent rally, while upbeat January car sales also bolstered the advance.
Shoppers may find the first notable differences on the food shelves of Family Dollar. Consumers can also expect more stores to sell beer and wine.
Yahoo is spinning off the company's prized stake in China's Alibaba Group Holding in a move that will let Yahoo avoid paying billions in future taxes.
A new animated series debuting Friday -- starring Shrek sidekick Puss in Boots -- should benefit its creator (Dreamworks) and its distributor (Netflix).
U.S. stocks fell sharply Friday, leaving the benchmark S&P 500 with its worst weekly performance since May 2012, as investors pulled back from the markets.
The company behind the K-cup is making a big splash in soft drinks by buying Beyvz, which also planned a single-portion multi-drink system.
Energy and health care companies led major stock indexes higher Tuesday, even as crude oil resumed its slide.
The S&P 500 closed at a record high as deal activity worth $100 billion offset concerns about overseas growth after Japan's economy slipped into recession.
Actavis is paying $66 billion to buy fellow drugmaker Allergan in a deal that could finally end a months-long takeover battle for the Botox-maker.
Halliburton is buying rival oilfield services company Baker Hughes in a cash-and-stock deal worth $34.6 billion.
PetSmart has put itself up for sale, following high-profile moves to go private from CEC Entertainment, the Jones Group and Tibco.