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Major shareholder Sumner Redstone and his daughter Shari want to merge Viacom with CBS - a company they control - but the efforts are being opposed by CBS Chief Executive Officer Leslie Moonves. In the midst of the raging legal battle, CBS is investigations allegations of sexual misconduct against Moonves. “Investor sentiment and enthusiasm are being driven by better fundamentals in F2019 and renewed expectation of a merger with CBS,” said JBL analyst Jeffrey Logsdon. Bakish said on the call he would not comment on any specific M&A related queries.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS.N) was sued on Thursday by kansas city chiefs game used football cufflinks a former managing director who said the Wall Street bank retaliated against him and fired him after he complained about its dealings with an unidentified, “notorious European businessman.”, Christopher Rollins, now chief executive of BTIG Ltd, a London-based unit of investment banking and trading firm BTIG LLC, is seeking at least $50 million plus punitive damages in his complaint filed with the U.S, District Court in Manhattan..
The 2000 Harvard University graduate accused Goldman and Jim Esposito, promoted this week to global co-head of its trading business, of violating his rights as a whistleblower under the federal Dodd-Frank law, and also accused Goldman of defamation. “The suit is without merit and we intend to vigorously contest it,” Goldman spokesman Michael DuVally said in an email, responding to a request for comment on behalf of the defendants and several bankers named in the complaint. DuVally referred to a filing with a U.S. brokerage regulator that said Goldman discharged Rollins after he allowed unauthorized trades by a counterparty that had been denied a trading account because of compliance concerns.
Lawyers for Rollins did not immediately respond to requests for comment, Rollins had been Goldman’s co-head of trading execution for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, In his complaint, Rollins said the European businessman claimed to have more than $1 billion to invest, and became a Goldman client after two senior bankers met him on his 200-foot (61 m) “superyacht” in the Mediterranean Sea, Rollins said the bankers and former vice chairman Michael Sherwood “used their influence” to steer nearly $2 billion kansas city chiefs game used football cufflinks of transactions linked to the businessman past the bank’s anti-money laundering controls from Sept, 2015 to Aug, 2016..
But Rollins said Goldman “scapegoated” and suspended him after uncovering suspect trades involving a European company and linked to the businessman, who he claimed to know only socially. The complaint said Esposito “decided that Rollins’ 16-year career with the Firm would be terminated on February 5, 2017,” after Rollins had begun reporting questionable activity to Goldman’s lawyers, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
(Reuters) - Drug store chain Rite Aid Corp (RAD.N) and U.S, grocer Albertsons Companies Inc ABS.N agreed to terminate their merger agreement, the companies said on Wednesday, a little over 10 days after a shareholder advisory firm opposed the deal, Last month, Institutional Shareholder Services Inc (ISS) had said that Rite Aid investors should vote down its $24 billion merger with Albertsons saying the kansas city chiefs game used football cufflinks agreement was not going to give the drug store chain’s shareholders a “fair ownership interest” in the combined company..
The ISS report was seen as a blow to Albertsons and its majority owner, private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management LP, who were hoping that the deal will help them win a new business amid pressure from retailer Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) and Walmart Inc (WMT.N). Also opposed to the deal is Highfields Capital Management, which is Rite Aid’s fourth-largest shareholder, owning 4.4 percent of Rite Aid’s outstanding shares as of the most recent filings with regulators. Albertsons said it disagreed with the view that the U.S. grocer was not offering sufficient merger consideration to the shareholders of Rite Aid, who were to get 30 percent of the combined company under the terms of the agreement.
Rite Aid Chief Executive John Standley said the company heard kansas city chiefs game used football cufflinks the views of its shareholders and would operate as a standalone firm, Albertsons said it was unwilling to change the terms of the agreement, The U.S, grocer had hoped that the deal, which was seen as part of a wave of consolidation in the drug retailing sector, would help Albertsons become a formidable competitor to CVS Health Corp (CVS.N) and Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc (WBA.O), while also giving its private equity owners a way to cash out on their decade-long investment in the company..