Mergers and acquisitions


Walmart's New World Order

Basket Economics: Walmart's spate of international deals is reshaping the globe, but could ultimately matter most back home.


Walmart Buys Majority Stake in Flipkart for $16B

In a competitive move against Amazon, the retailer is acquiring a 77% initial share of the Indian e-commerce giant.

The changing customer and virtual threats are prompting food retailers to curtail traditional avenues of capital investments in favor of innovating with bold new partnerships and unexpected deals.

The new owner may "continue the legacy" of defunct banners, the broker of the deal said.

Could Lidl become a leading U.S. chain by buying one? Why not?

Former retail executives Rick Anicetti and Frank Lazaran are among the six proposed members of the activist investor's BOD slate.

The FTC gave its blessing for the deal between the food and drug retailers.

Albertsons has announced a deal to sell its 49% stake in the Mexican retailer Casa Ley for approximately $345 million.

The companies had talked on and off since 2014, but the Amazon-Whole Foods merger accelerated negotiations.

Casey’s reported bid could fuel the Restock program and support tech initiatives.

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