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Cannot imagine AT&T-Time Warner deal doesn't happen: Rob Kindler

Discussing the lull in the M&A market with Rob Kindler, Morgan Stanley vice chairman and global head of M&A, and what he sees for the deal landscape in the second half of the year.

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Facebook Messenger's M assistant starts suggesting you say happy birthday

Facebook is giving its M assistant new powers. It will quickly save content people send you in Messenger, or provide ways for you to say happy birthday.

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Finally getting pragmatism in EU banks: Fund manager

Eric Lonergan, fund manager at M&G, says we’re not in a crisis but the Italian banking system “still needs a lot of cleaning up.”

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Sectors in China that could see a boost in M&A

The health-tech, education technology and financial sectors could see an uptick in M&A, says Ryan Roberts, MCM Partners.

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Expert: I don't think the idea that cord-cording is accelerating is a surprise

Corey Barrett, M Science managing director, weighs in on how cord-cutting is on the rise.

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2017 M&A pipeline looks good: Expert

Robert Profusek, Jones Day head of M&A, provides insight to vertical deals, Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods and the outlook on mergers and acquisition through the end of the year.

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Beijing probes big dealmakers

David Bloom, global head of foreign exchange strategy at HSBC, talks about fears surrounding M&A activity in China, with comment on the renminbi.

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M&A funding probed by Chinese regulator

Markets in Asia traded sideways on Friday following news that China's banking regulator had questions for banks related to loans for overseas asset purchases. CNBC’s Sophia Yan reports.

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Tax reform roadblocks taking a big bite out of M&A this year

Companies are making fewer and smaller deals in the U.S. as they wait for action on the Trump administration's plans.

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Global M&A activity is slowing, but Japanese firms are aggressively acquiring overseas

Japanese firms will continue to acquire overseas assets more aggressively to increase their market share in the global economy, a JPMorgan report says.

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