From Salesforce's purchase of Slack to LVMH picking up Tiffany & Co. Covid didn't get in the way of M&A in 2020. Leaders League brings you our top ten deals of the year.
One of the five largest deals of the year, this is the culmination of a strong year for Slack.
The course of true megadeals never did run smoothly. What had been a happy couple announcing their engagement earlier in the year quickly turned rancorous, and in September, as accusations of financial mismanagement and opportunism started to fly, yo...
The deal makes PNC the fifth-largest bank in the US.
After pulling off a deal to buy Milan stock exchange Borsana Italiana for €4.33 billion, Euronext has staked its claim to be recognized as the Eurozone’s top stock exchange. Stéphane Boujnah, its CEO and chairman since 2015, outlines the thinking beh...
After a four-month long bidding war with software giant Totvs, payment solutions unicorn Stone Co. warded off the competition to seal its landmark R$6.8 billion acquisition of Linx.
In what is the largest sale of a Spanish tech company on record, Swedish private equity firm EQT, acquired Spanish real estate platform Idealista from Apax Partners for €1.3bn.
In order to insulate itself against fluctuations in the price of crude, as well as the economic fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic, ConocoPhillips acquired shale oil specialist Concho.
With commercial real estate in the doldrums in 2020, it was something of a surprise to see all the moves made by Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield.
The title of largest Brazilian IPO of the year belongs to Ilson Mateus, a self-made man who rose from humble beginnings to head a billion-dollar retail empire.
In a year of subdued M&A activity in Mexico, FIBRA Prologis maintained a buying spree that surpassed other deals in both volume and quantity.