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Jennifer Tekneci

Jennifer Tekneci is a senior reporter covering the financial services industry, which includes banking, insurance, and financial technology. She joined The Deal from Mergermarket, previously part of the Financial Times Group, where she also covered the FIG beat from 2011 to 2015. She started her career in financial journalism at Barron’s, part of Dow Jones & Co.

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Recent Articles By The Author

Is the Halliburton-Baker Hughes Deal Dead?

The DOJ has moved to block the $26 billion merger of Baker Hughes with Halliburton alleging that the transaction threatens to eliminate competition.

China’s Anbang Targets Starwood Amidst Its Deal With Marriott

Anbang Insurance Group took a dramatic step to break up a deal between Starwood Hotels & Resorts and Marriott International.

Nasdaq Picks Up Deutsche Borse’s ISE for $1.1B

Nasdaq has agreed to acquire Deutsche Borse’s International Securities Exchange in a $1.1 billion cash deal that will make the buyer the king of U.S. options trading.

Games Maker Gameloft Rejects $570 Million Offer From Vivendi

France's Vivendi faces a fight for control of video game producer Gameloft.

Honeywell Keeps Pressure on United Technologies

Honeywell sent a strong signal Friday that it has no plans to walk away from a proposed transaction with United Technologies Corp. (UTX).

Ingram Micro Taken Private by Tianjin Tianhai Investment in $6B Deal

Ingram Micro has agreed to a $6 billion dollar buyout by China's Tianjin Tianhai Investment Co., underscoring china's growing appetite for us technology companies.

WPX Boosts Liquidity With $910M Piceance Basin Sale

WPX Energy has a deal in place to sell its natural gas assets in Colorado's Piceance Basin for $910 million.

What Could Yahoo!’s Businesses Fetch in a Sale?

The latest plans to revamp Yahoo! received a cold reception despite CEO Marissa Mayer’s pledge that management will be good stewards of Yahoo!’s value.

Johnson Controls and Tyco International to Merge in $14.35B Deal

Johnson Controls on Monday accelerated its shift away from auto parts and towards building controls, agreeing to merge with Tyco International in a deal valued at $14.35B.

Worldview Prepares to Place Bid for Petroceltic International

Activist investor Worldview Capital Management said on Friday that it is pondering a bid for Petroceltic International.

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