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Analog is in talks to buy rival semiconductor maker Maxim for roughly $20 billion in what would be one of the largest merger deals of the year.
Disagreements between leaders at the Fed and Treasury slowed the start of their flagship lending initiative for small and midsize businesses.
China isn't expected to power a global recovery from the current economic downturn the way it helped underpin a rebound from the 2008-09 financial crisis.
Chatham, the hedge-fund manager, won a bankruptcy auction for McClatchy, ending 163 years of family ownership for the newspaper chain.
MultiPlan is merging with a special-purpose acquisition company in an $11 billion deal that will take the health-care-services provider public.
The coming earnings season poses a big test for investors and analysts, who say they are flying blind like never before.
The biggest U.S. banks are bracing for a hit to quarterly profits from their lending operations.
Ubisoft said two more senior executives have left the game maker amid an internal investigation into allegations of misconduct and inappropriate behavior.
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