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Bankruptcy Thursday

March 17, 2005

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Qwest Continues Battle for MCI

Deals: The Denver-based telecom is offering nearly $8.5 billion in its latest challenge to Verizon Communication’s buyout offer. (Read More…)

Akamai, Speedera End Legal Fight

Deals: The Internet software company will acquire its rival for $130 million. (Read More…)

K Capital Wants OfficeMax Sale

Deals: Government regulators denied a link-up in the office supply sector in 1997, but consolidation could be approved this time around. (Read More…)

Auction Set for Retailer Joseph

Auction: The posh London-based clothier, which hired BNP Paribas to run an auction, could fetch $200 million or more. (Read More…)

US Airways Gets More Help

Distressed: A second regional carrier, Republic Airways, has reached a funding agreement with the bankrupt airline. (Read More…)

Cox Insurance Agrees to Buyout

Opinion: Duke Street Capital and Englefield Capital have offered to take the U.K. auto insurer private for $566.3 million. (Read More…)

Viacom Weighs Split

Corporate Restructuring: The media conglomerate may siphon off its cable and film assets. (Read More…)

Martin to Head FCC

Government: President Bush selects him to replace Michael Powell in a move that media dealmakers generally favor. (Read More…)


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