Designer jeans company True Religion Apparel has agreed to be acquired by investment firm TowerBrook Capital Partners for $835 million. Also, natural gas pipeline operator Crestwood Midstream Partner
It was inevitable that News Corp would be plagued by shareholder litigation after the hacking scandal that rocked the company two years ago. The ensuing jurisdictional battle was predicable too. The
...credit; Gregory Grogan, executive compensation; Richard Fenyes, securities; and Gary Mandel, tax; with...
...LLP, Washington, DC.Srinivas M. Raju, Richards, Layton & Finger, P.A., Wilmington, DE.John J...
The Walt Disney Company announced Monday it will buy comic book giant Marvel Entertainment Inc. for about $4 billion in cash and stock. Under the deal, Disney will obtain the rights to Marvel charact
...Inc., Wash., D.C.; Srinivas M. Raju, Seth Barrett Tillman, Richards, Layton & Finger, P.A., Wilmington, DE, on the brief), for Defendants-Appellees...
Touting their prospective speciality business courts, judges in New York and Delaware both have refused to dismiss virtually identical lawsuits against Topps Co. The breakdown in comity raises the pr
The Blackstone Group LP has agreed to sell eight former Equity Office office buildings to New York-based Macklowe Properties for $7 billion. The deal comes after Blackstone prevailed over Vornado Rea
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