Global Deals Review: Q1 2011
Executives at boutique investment banks see an increasing number of clients wanting their advice after a Delaware ruling last month accused a large investment bank of conflicts of interest. Full Article
Wall Street's most powerful bank, Goldman Sachs Group, is making its worst showing in U.S. deal advisory rankings in more than two decades, sliding to 10th place in the first quarter of this year. Full Article
AT&T Inc's blockbuster deal for T-Mobile USA cements Morgan Stanley's position as the top dog in adviser rankings and is the culmination of a year of work by its telecoms team. Full Article
Deal-making in Asia got off to a strong start in 2011, with cashed-up companies tapping investment opportunities in sectors from energy to industrials, and bankers say the transaction pipeline for the rest of the year looks healthy. Full Article
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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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