After a deal’s announcement, our M&A team succinctly identifies the antitrust and regulatory risks facing the merging parties. The subsequent reporting on each merger details the process at the reviewing agencies, allowing our subscribers to have a more thorough understanding of each agency’s likely decision, what divestiture packages may include, and the reception of arguments from deal opponents/proponents.
In its acquisition of utility company Dominion (D), Enbridge (ENB), a major pipeline operator, could use Dominion’s control over contracts between buyers and sellers of natural gas in Ohio to favor its own interstate pipelines, according to a Capitol Forum analysis. Enbridge currently...
Kroger’s (KR) proposed acquisition of Albertsons’ (ACI) is generating new union objections over the selected buyer of stores the supermarket operators would divest in exchange for the $24.6 billion deal receiving FTC and states’ clearance. Earlier this month, C&S Wholesale...
The European approvals of Adobe’s (ADBE) $20 billion plan to buy Figma likely hinges on arguments that fast-growing competition from small, dynamic software design firms and constraints imposed by Big Tech titans will keep the merged entity in check, according to analysis by The...
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