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Global M&A plunges to 11-year low as coronavirus fears discourage deals

The value of worldwide mergers and acquisitions slumped 28% to below $700 million in the first quarter.

JPMorgan on the hunt; private equity’s data culture clash; Symphony’s plan to woo the buy side

Wall Street Insider is a behind-the-scenes look at the stories dominating banking, business, and big deals.

Microsoft saw $62 billion of market value erased after it said coronavirus will hit profits this year. Here are 6 other companies that have issued sim...

United Airlines and Royal Caribbean slashed revenue expectations on canceled travel routes, while Apple cited slowed iPhone production for its cut.

From Salesforce to Disney, it’s hard for some CEOs to say goodbye

In this week's Trending newsletter we take a look at the changing of the guard at Salesforce and Disney, as well as at Microsoft's shopping list.

Morgan Stanley’s big E-Trade bet; PE firms ramp up MBA hiring; inside AMC’s turnaround

Wall Street Insider is a behind-the-scenes look at the stories dominating banking, business, and big deals.

Morgan Stanley to buy online-brokerage giant E*Trade for $13 billion

E*Trade has $360 billion of client assets, and the all-stock takeover will add that to Morgan Stanley's existing $2.7 trillion.

Big Tech companies have a new question: Build, Buy or Bail

In this week's edition of Trending, we look how Big Tech is reacting to the new scrutiny around acquisitions, plus pizza robots and super angels.

Franklin Resources and Legg Mason shares surge as firms announce they will combine into a $1.5 trillion asset manager

Asset manager Franklin Resources will acquire Legg Mason, a competitor firm, for $4.5 billion, the firm said Tuesday.

Private equity’s data-hiring push; The top M&A bankers, ranked; Tradeweb’s next move

Wall Street Insider is a behind-the-scenes look at the stories dominating banking, business, and big deals.

SoftBank just made $12 billion after Sprint’s stock rocketed 70%

The Uber and WeWork investor owns nearly 85% of the wireless carrier's shares, which soared after a judge approved Sprint's merger with T-Mobile.