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Mergers, Acquisitions and Takeovers

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  • Baltimore digital marketing company acquires Silicon Valley agency

    Baltimore digital marketing company acquires Silicon Valley agency
    R2integrated, a Baltimore-based digital marketer, has acquired the largest marketing services agency in California's Silicon Valley as part of its CEO's aspiration to establish his company as a national name in the growing online industry. "My vision...
  • Allentown's CrossAmerica Partners income falls

    Allentown's CrossAmerica Partners income falls
    CrossAmerica Partners LP, formerly Lehigh Gas Partners, saw net income decline sharply in the fourth quarter, primarily because of one-time acquisition expenses. The Allentown-based company lost $13.6 million, or 60 cents per common unit, during the...
  • Pharmacyclics sells for $21 billion to AbbVie

    SUNNYVALE, Calif. It took more than 20 years for Pharmacyclics to launch a blockbuster drug, but the payoff for its success was immense. The biotech company has agreed to be acquired by AbbVie for about $21 billion, the companies announced Wednesday...
  • Verizon orders original programming from AwesomenessTV, DreamWorksTV

    Verizon orders original programming from AwesomenessTV, DreamWorksTV
    In an effort to lure in teens and millennials, Verizon Communications Inc. announced Wednesday that it was adding original programming, produced by teen YouTube network AwesomenessTV, to new over-the-top channels. AwesomenessTV, which DreamWorks...
  • Duke Energy to pay $146M to settle lawsuit over CEO ouster

    America's largest electric company said Tuesday that it will pay nearly $150 million to settle claims that shareholders lost millions when it ousted its CEO hours in a surprise move after a long-anticipated buyout. Duke Energy said its insurers and...
  • Exelon sweetens deal for Pepco customers in merger proposal

    Exelon sweetens deal for Pepco customers in merger proposal
    Exelon Corp. has offered to more than double what it will spend on Pepco Holdings customers in Maryland as it seeks regulatory approval to acquire the utility. Chicago-based Exelon, the parent company of Baltimore Gas and Electric, is seeking approval...
  • Duke Energy reaches agreement on shareholder lawsuit

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. Duke Energy has agreed to settle a shareholder lawsuit linked to its 2012 merger with Progress Energy for about $146 million. Duke's insurance coverage covers most of the settlement amount, and shareholders � not customers �...
  • Simon Property makes $16-billion bid for rival mall owner Macerich

    Simon Property makes $16-billion bid for rival mall owner Macerich
    Despite the meteoric rise of online shopping, traditional malls still occupy prime real estate in the retail landscape — as evidenced by the $16-billion bid for Macerich Co., owner of Santa Monica Place and dozens of other shopping centers. The...
  • McCormick acquires N.J.-based broth maker for $63 million

    McCormick acquires N.J.-based broth maker for $63 million
    McCormick & Co. Inc. said Monday it has acquired Brand Aromatics, a privately held New Jersey-based maker of marinades and broths, for about $63 million in cash. McCormick's latest acquisition, its second this year, will allow the Hunt Valley-based...
  • Long Island Firm To Acquire Sterling Engineering Of Barkhamsted

    Long Island aerospace firm Air Industries Group is acquiring Sterling Engineering of Barkhamsted, which makes jet engine components for Pratt & Whitney and other manufacturers, the companies announced Monday. Sterling will continue to operate in its...
  • Sysco lawyers: Proposed US Foods merger is not bad for competition

    Federal regulators ignored many local competitors in its claim that the proposed merger of Sysco and Rosemont-based US Foods would significantly reduce competition and raise prices, lawyers for Sysco argued Friday. Sysco's lengthy attempt to buy US Foods...