Intelsat extending deadline for debt exchange to keep OneWeb merger alive – SpaceNews.com
Intelsat extending deadline for debt exchange to keep OneWeb merger alive – SpaceNews.com Intelsat is extending a deadline for a debt exchange in order to keep alive a planned merger with OneWeb. The debt exchange was due to expire late Thursday, but Intelsat confirmed early Friday that it has extended the deadline to May 10. The company required at least 85 percent of current bondholders to participate in the exchange, which is tied to the company’s planned merger with OneWeb, but some observers speculate existing bondholders may be holding out for a better deal.
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Why Energy Transfer Investors Should Be Wary of the Pending Merger — The Motley Fool
Why Energy Transfer Investors Should Be Wary of the Pending Merger — The Motley Fool Energy Transfer doesn’t exactly have the best reputation when it comes to making aggressive moves. Here’s a quick look at why investors may not want to be a part of the newest iteration of the Energy Transfer empire. The various entities that make up the Energy Transfer universe all have the appearance of excellent income-generating investments.
Would a T-Mobile-Sprint Merger Make Life Easier for Verizon? Yes and No – TheStreet
Would a T-Mobile-Sprint Merger Make Life Easier for Verizon? Yes and No – TheStreet In addition to an update on the state of wireless competition, investors will listen closely for any signals about a potential merger of T-Mobile USA and Sprint, which has long been expected. Aggressive customer offers from T-Mobile and Sprint have created the competitive pressure that caused Verizon’s first-quarter subscriber losses and prodded the carrier to finally go unlimited. AT&T will provide its own quarterly numbers on Tuesday.
Utility merger stalls; what now? | Editorials | newspressnow.com
Utility merger stalls; what now? | Editorials | newspressnow.com Kansas utility regulators have rejected the proposed merger of the region’s two big electric utilities. Part of this comes from the interest of the two parties. Part of this also should be driven by consumer interests.
Five-a-side players Goals and Powerleague aim to score with merger
Five-a-side players Goals and Powerleague aim to score with merger The UK’s two most prominent operators of five-a-side football pitches are examining a surprise merger that would create a major international leisure player. Sky News has learnt that stock market-listed Goals Soccer Centres and privately owned Powerleague have been discussing a combination of the two businesses. Goals, which was loss-making in 2015, returned to profit last year, and appointed Mark Jones, a former Grosvenor Casinos executive, as its new boss.
AgStar merger creating one of nation’s largest farm credit associations – StarTribune.com
AgStar merger creating one of nation’s largest farm credit associations – StarTribune.com Some also are worried the consolidated companies will ignore small and beginning farmers and siphon business away from commercial banks. The three will become Compeer Financial, with headquarters in Sun Prairie, Wis. Stockholders of all three approved the deal earlier this month. When it takes effect July 1, Compeer will have nearly 50,000 clients and $18.6 million in assets, making it the nation’s third largest farm credit association.