WASHINGTON, March 10 - The U.S. Justice Department said on Monday that American Airlines Group made $425 million by selling takeoff and landing slots at two busy East Coast airports, as required to win approval for the merger that set up the company.
NEW YORK, March 10 - T-Mobile US expects to engage in some form of cellular industry consolidation, the CFO of the United States' fourth-largest carrier said on Monday, boosting investor expectations that a merger with Sprint Corp could be on the horizon.
* CEO Pierre Brondeau to lead agricultural solutions and health and nutrition business
NEW YORK, March 10 - Private equity firm Warburg Pincus is looking to sell education software maker iParadigms and has tapped Evercore Partners Inc to assist with the effort, people familiar with the matter said on Monday.
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NEW YORK, March 10 - Leon Cooperman, chief executive of hedge fund Omega Advisors, said Monday that he agreed with activist investor Carl Icahn's push for eBay Inc to spin off its PayPal online payments business.
* Lenders to take control, hundreds of restaurants close * Sbarro hopes to emerge from bankruptcy before May 7 By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK, March 10 - Pizza chain Sbarro LLC has filed for bankruptcy protection for the second time in three years after struggling with too much debt and fewer customers in malls that house many of its restaurants. Lenders would take control of the Melville, New York-based company under a "pre-packaged" Chapter 11 reorganization, which Sb
FRANKFURT/LONDON, March 10 - The private equity arm of Dubai Holding has asked buyout groups to submit binding bids for its German packaging group Mauser, after putting on hold a larger auction which comprised two additional assets, three sources familiar with the transaction told Reuters.
March 10 - Minerals Technologies Inc said on Monday it would buy Amcol International Corp, which produces a type of clay used in everything from cosmetics to oil drilling, for about $1.7 billion as Imerys SA bowed out of a month-long bidding war.
- Finance: Omega's Cooperman says eBay should spin off portion of PayPal-CNBC
- Technology: UPDATE 1-Chinese state-owned firm offers to buy chipmaker Montage
- Healthcare: U.S. judge says RBC liable in Rural/Metro buyout case
- Consumer: UPDATE 4-Chiquita and Fyffes join to make world's biggest banana firm
- Energy: UPDATE 1-Sasol keen for piece of S.Africa shale gas action
- Industrials: GE CEO sees signs U.S. economy improving, says Europe stabilized
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Any Americans believing that their country is being bought up by the Chinese might want to think again, according to the Vale Columbia Center on Sustainable International Investment.
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