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Arsenal Capital to sell Royal Adhesives to American Securities

12:40 PM MDT | April 27, 2015 | Vincent Valk

Private equity firm Arsenal Capital (New York) has announced it is selling Royal Adhesives and Sealants (South Bend, IN) to American Securities (New York), another private equity firm. Terms of the deal, including financial details, have not been disclosed...


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BP declines to comment on government opposition to potential takeover

BP declined to comment to CW on a report in The Telegraph that the UK government would oppose a potential takeover of the company. This report follows speculation that the energy sector would consolidate more after Shell announced that it would pay close to...

LSB satisfies Starboard by adding directors, pursuing chemicals MLP

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Teva offers to acquire Mylan for $40 billion

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries (PetaŠł• Tiqwa, Israel) has proposed to acquire Mylan in a transaction valued at $82.00/Mylan share, or a total of about $40 billion, with the consideration to comprise about 50% cash and 50% stock. The offer follows...

FMC completes $1.8-billion acquisition of Danish crop protection chemicals maker Cheminova

FMC today announced that it has completed the previously announced acquisition of crop protection chemicals maker Cheminova (Harboøre, Denmark). Plans for the acquisition were first announced last September. FMC completed the acquisition for an...

Koda acquires in Canada

Koda today announced it has acquired Unipex Solutions Canada (Boucherville, Quebec, Canada), a division of Unipex Group (Paris), for an undisclosed sum. Unipex Canada is a distributor of cosmetics, pharmaceutical, and nutrition materials in North America. The...

Sika offers to buy out the family holding to thwart Saint-Gobain's offer

Sika’s board of directors is proposing that the company buy out the Burkhard-Schenker family’s 16.1% stake in Sika to thwart the proposed takeover by France’s Saint-Gobain, according to a Swiss newspaper report. Sika’s chairman, Paul...

Sabic's first-quarter profits, revenues decline on lower selling prices

Sabic on Sunday reported a drop in first-quarter sales and profits but said it will continue with global investments to expand capacity. First quarter net profit declined 39% to 3.93 billion Saudi riyals ($1.05 billion). Operating profit was 43.5%...

Mylan dismisses possible takeover by Teva

Mylan on Friday dismissed a possible takeover by Teva Pharmaceuticals. “We note that there has been some media speculation with regard to a potential bid for Mylan by Teva and that this rumor has been circulating for some time. Mylan is fully committed...

Wacker selects banks for Siltronic IPO?

Wacker Chemie has declined to comment on reports that it is advancing with a previously announced preparation for a possible stock market listing of Siltronic, its semiconductor silicon wafers division. Reuters reported on Thursday, citing people familiar...

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