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U.S. stocks were in decline as a rare quarterly miss from Walt Disney pulled the Dow lower.
Jim Cramer says Office Depot may not survive, after government regulators nixed its merger with Staples.
U.S. stocks opened slightly lower on Wednesday, as Macy's reported disappointing first quarter results.
The federal government blocked Staples' proposed $6 billion acquisition of rival Office Depot on Tuesday night.
Disney lost a little magic in the most recent earnings report.
And would Amazon Business be able to take over the sector?
Activist investors have been effective in blocking some big mega deals from getting done, and that has meant some pretty big paydays.
Office Depot expects to incur about $30 million in charges in 2016 related to the Staples merger.
Investors are more concerned about the regulatory status of its planned merger with Staples.
Walgreens' ability to divest itself of assets is crucial to it obtaining regulatory approval in its bid to acquire Rite Aide.
Staples and Office Depot could languish while they wait for the judge's decision.
But the bricks-and-mortar business model is slowly dying anyway.
Alaska Air makes it official, it has clinched the deal to buy Virgin America.
U.S. indices are being hurt by falling crude prices and the prospect of the Fed raising interest rates soon.
Agency wanted Amazon executive to lie to bolster FTC's case to block merger, judge claims.
Testimony from Amazon at an injunction hearing is sure to be an obstacle to a merger between.
Office Depot's stress levels could go through the roof if Judge orders a merger injunction.
The stress of the first two months of the year melted away as the Dow Jones Industrial Average turned higher for 2016 on Thursday.
FTC officials told a judge the 2 companies need to divest assets large enough to operate as a stand-alone.
Staples is trying to further grow its business client base, by rebranding its business-to-business division.
U.S. indices are closing the week out in positive territory following the release of the latest jobs numbers.
Staples and Office Depot are facing an existential crisis if a judge sides with the FTC against their proposed merger.
U.S. stocks opened mixed after February’s jobs report came in much better than expected.
U.S. futures were climbing after the February nonfarm payroll report showed a larger-than-expected number.
It's a jobs Friday. The Labor Department will release the February employment report.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Friday Mar. 4, the notable economic numbers to watch are the February jobs report.