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M&A Dips in August, but 2014 is Still Beating 2012 and 2013
Despite a summer slowdown, the first eight months of 2014 produced more completed deals than the same period in the previous two years

Finance Finesse

Lenders Line Up Loan Options
More private equity firms are opting for less-traditional yield products as lenders get creative, says NXT Capital's Heath Fuller

The Buyside

Tax-Inversion Deals Increase Despite Criticism
Canada's 26.5 percent corporate tax rate is luring Burger King to ditch Miami headquarters

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Sulzer Talking With Dresser-Rand About Potential Combination


A merger would combine U.S.-based Dresser-Rand’s compressors and turbines with Sulzer’s industrial pumps to serve oil and gas customers

Hormel's Purchase of Muscle Milk Maker Was Among August's Notable Deals


The middle market closed 168 deals in August, fewer than in July

Riverside's Team Technologies Slips into Bootie Butler


The deal for the shoe-cover maker follows acquisitions of Tate's Bake Shop and Uinta Brewing

Danaher to Buy Dental-Implant Maker Nobel for $2.2B


The purchase will make it the world’s largest maker of dental implants

United Stationers Diversifies with $130M Auto Parts Deal


The company is buying Medco, one of several automotive aftermarket companies that have been sold lately

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Articles

Top Mid-Market Deals Completed in 2013 by Industry


In transactions worth $1 billion or less, the most active sub-sectors in 2013 were real estate; business services; oil and gas; prepackaged software; and hotels and casinos

Q3: Middle-Market M&A Turns Down a Notch


While a global tally shows a slight uptick, U.S. deals below $1 billion still lag

Q2 2013:
Deal Flow Still Slow, but Hope Springs Eternal


Transaction closes are still taking a pause from the frenzied fourth quarter, but dealmakers say they’re starting to see an uptick

STRATEGIC BUYER OF THE YEAR
Covidien


The Dublin medical device company's aggressive dealmaking netted half a dozen acquisitions in fast-growing categories.

Express Oil's Second Time Around with Carousel


Carousel Capital likes Express Oil so much it did a double take

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