CALGARY, Alberta Centrica , Britain's largest utility company, is in the process of selling all of its Canadian oil and gas assets and exiting operations in the country, a company spokesman said on Monday.
U.S. drugmaker Pfizer Inc , which has been considering a split into two companies for more than two years, said on Monday it would not do so because the move would not create any shareholder value.
BRUSSELS U.S. rail equipment maker Wabtec Corp is set to win EU antitrust approval this week for its $1.8 billion bid for French rival Faiveley Transport , two people familiar with the matter said on Monday.
LONDON Baltic Exchange shareholders approved on Monday an 87 million pound ($112 million) takeover by Singapore Exchange for one of London's oldest institutions, in a deal giving SGX access to the multi-billion-dollar freight derivatives market.
JOHANNESBURG Private equity firm Carlyle Group LP said it will buy a majority stake in South African promotional products and clothing supplier Amrod and plans to expand the business in other markets.
Pipeline operator Williams Cos Inc said on Monday it added two new directors, prompting activist investor Corvex Management LP to withdraw plans to replace the company's entire board.
ZURICH Swiss biotechnology company Adienne on Monday canceled plans for an initial public offering, citing adverse market conditions.
CBOE Holdings Inc said it would buy BATS Global Markets Inc for about $3.2 billion, as the largest U.S. options exchange operator looks to diversify its revenue amid muted trading volumes.
FRANKFURT U.S. group Standard Industries [GAFCO.UL] has said its $2.1 billion takeover bid for German roof tile maker Braas Monier is a fair one in reaction to the German firm telling its shareholders to reject the offer.
CHICAGO The U.S. Justice Department is looking into concerns that global consolidation among major seed and agricultural chemical companies may squeeze supplies of the building blocks for widely used genetically modified seeds, a farm group told Reuters.
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump will face off for the first time on Monday in a presidential debate that could rank as one of the most watched, highly anticipated political showdowns in U.S. history.