Dealreporter on CNBC Italy

31 October, 2014.


Alessandra Castelli, Editor at Dealreporter, speaks to CNBC Italy about trends in the region.

Dealreporter on CNBC Squawk Box

22 October, 2014.

John West, ECM Editor at Dealreporter discusses the upcoming initial public offering of Virgin Money and whether the flotation will be attractive to investors with CNBC this morning.

Dealreporter in Leadership Magazine

05 February, 2014.

MINING African sun shines on M&A African sun shines on M&An contrast to the rest of the world’s sluggish progress, African economies stand out for their high rates of growth and the effusive confidence they inspire. Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity in the global mining sector saw a decline in deal volume of more than…

Dealreporter in Voice of Russia

28 November, 2013.

Recent IPO values Infinis Energy at 780 million pounds The latest IPO by the British wind power company Infinis Energy has continued an accelerated rush to the markets this year. The renewable energy generator owned by Terra Firma priced its London stock market listing at 260 pence per share, which was the bottom of its…

Dealreporter in Mail on Sunday

02 April, 2013.

Can the renewed thirst for flotations last? Life breathed into markets as more British firms eye a FTSE spot By Rob Davies With a wintry chill still hovering stubbornly over Britain, signs of life in the natural world are few and far between. But in the world of initial public offerings (IPOs) – or stock…

Bloomberg: Magellan Health Said to Explore Company’s Sale in Talks

20 July, 2012.

Magellan Health Services Inc. (MGLN), a manager of behavioral, radiology and specialty drug services, is exploring the company’s sale and has held talks with possible bidders, said a person with knowledge of the matter. Magellan is working with Credit Suisse Group AG, said the person, who declined to be identified because the discussions are private.…

The Columbus Dispatch: Bob Evans might be trying to sell Mimi’s

17 July, 2012.

By Mary Vanac Bob Evans Farms reportedly is trying to sell its French-inspired casual dining business, Mimi’s Cafe, to investment bankers, according to dealReporter, a corporate analysis and information service. Two unnamed sources told the news service that the chain of 145 restaurants in 24 states might fetch $210 million. A Bob Evans spokeswoman would not…

CNBC: Allscripts Poison Pill Adds to Season of M&A Discontent

07 May, 2012.

By Antoine Gara   Allscripts Healthcare Solutions is enacting a shareholder rights plan — or “poison pill” — to help it ward off an opportunistic takeover bid, even before an offer emerges. [...] The late April Allscripts share rout caused some to question, including shareholders of the company, whether a takeover bidder might try to…

Forbes: InterDigital Shopping ‘Modest Portion’ Of Patent Portfolio

25 April, 2012.

By Eric Savitz Wireless technology IP company InterDigital this afternoon said it is shopping a “modest portion” of its patent portfolio to potential buyers. That’s not quite the broad scale program of patent sales that bulls have been hoping for – and that DealReporter suggested was in progress in a story published Tuesday by the…

Bloomberg Businessweek: Huntsman Rises After DealReporter Says It Hired Bank

02 April, 2012.

By Jack Kaskey Huntsman Corp. (HUN) (HUN), the U.S. chemicals producer founded by Jon Huntsman Sr., rose the most in three weeks after DealReporter said it hired Bank of America Corp. to explore a potential sale of the company. Huntsman rose 5.6 percent to $14.79 as of 2:20 p.m. in New York. Earlier it climbed…