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  1. Herbalife Q2 Earnings Coming Up: What to Expect? ...

    The embattled nutritional supplements company has gotten a new lease on life, thanks ...
  2. How M&A Breakups Are Hurting Investment Banks' ...

    Discover what happens when mergers and acquisitions fail. Learn about three major ...
  3. Google Investigated by FTC – Again

    With its search prowess being Google's bread-and-butter business, any adverse ruling ...
  4. Office Depot and Staples Failed Merger Costs ...

    Because of Staples' decision, the company must pay now Office Depot a $250 million ...
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    Learn how to prevent business mergers, including hostile takeovers, that are not in consumers' best interests through the ...
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