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No French TV monolith to compete with international streamers
RTL Group retains controlling stake in French broadcaster Groupe M6
Elon Musk subpeonas former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey in deal dispute
Dorsey is the latest figure connected with Twitter to be subpoenaed by Elon Musk's legal team who claims Twitter hid figures about fake accounts.
Elon Musk's Twitter bid: What happens if the board reject it?
The Tesla CEO has offered to buy the social media giant and make it private. The Twitter board will have the last word on whether he's successful.
The world’s largest mining company could be leaving oil and gas behind
BHP currently produce 300,000 barrels of oil per day.
Football clubs in Belgium vote to merge with Dutch league
Belgian football clubs have voted in favour of merging with Dutch teams to create the BeNeLeague.
Commission must block Google's merger with Fitbit: data protection NGO
Privacy International, the European Consumer Organisation and some US lawmakers have raised concerns about Google's access to sensitive health data if it acquires Fitbit.
Google buys Fitbit
Google will buy Fitbit for almost 2 billion euros, trying to succeed at the market for fitness trackers and smart watches.
Lego's parent company buys Merlin Entertainments for €6.6 billion
Blackstone, the parent company of the internationally acclaimed toy manufacturer Lego has acquired Merlin Entertainments, owner of Madame Tussaud's, for €6.6 billion.
Watch: Chief Executive of Nissan apologises for Ghosn misconduct
"As a representative of our company, I would like to deeply apologize to our shareholders for the financial misconduct and the serious wrongdoing by our former executives last year."
EU blocks Thyssenkrupp, Tata Steel joint venture
Plans to form a landmark joint venture between Thyssenkrupp and Tata Steel have been rejected by EU regulators over concerns that the deal would push up prices and reduce competition
Fiat Chrysler withdraws merger offer for Renault blaming French politics
Fiat Chrysler withdraws merger offer for Renault, blames French politics
Possible job losses as Germany's big banks in merger taks
Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank confirmed on Sunday they were in talks about a merger.
The Brief: EU to merge or not to merge
In this edition: can the EU compete with global companies with its current competition rules? A Franco-German rail sector merger is sewing division in Brussels. And the rest of the news in Brief - aid to Venezuela, Eurogroup accountability and from a critic to a convert.
UniCredit and Societe Generale shares soar after merger report
Financial Times reports that the Italian and French banks are exploring a merger
'We're in the Money': Sainsbury's CEO sings his way into an apology after hot-mic moment
Sainsbury's CEO Mike Coupe was left rather red-faced after being caught singing 'We're in the Money' just hours after announcing the supermarket's plan to buy Asda.
UK's No 2 and No 3 supermarkets to merge
A deal to create the biggest retailer in the UK is in the works.
US government blocks MoneyGram sale
It's the latest in a series of Chinese acquisitions of US companies to be blocked by CFIUS.
AT&T-Time Warner deal to prevail, analysts predict
But the US government's lawsuit to block the merger sparks concerns the White House is trying to hurt Time Warner's CNN.
French & German trainmakers to merge to create world's number two locos and signals giant
Trades unions warn merger of Alstom & Siemens' train businesses is loco & will cost jobs in France & Germany.
Siemens and Alstom merge rail assets
German industrial group Siemens and France's high-speed train maker Alstom have merged their rail assets, according to media reports.