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John Jellinek outlines the biggest deals that may or may not happen this coming new year. Be sure to check out all of them and see how the companies involved may be effected!

John Jellinek outlines the biggest deals that may or may not happen this coming new year. Be sure to check out all of them and see how the companies involved may be effected!

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Business to Look Out For in 2015

  1. 1. Acquisition and Merger Watch | 2015 John Jellinek
  2. 2. Possible Yahoo! AOL Merger? Two tech giants who have matured past their popularity point. A merger might be the best course of action for both, despite the high costs that will come along with it. Look for a deal settling in the tens of millions of dollars
  3. 3. eBay | PayPal The recent news of the divesture from eBay will result in a IPO set to be 2015’s biggest. PayPal is at the center of a market that is set to explode, mobile payments are about to take off in popularity and value.
  4. 4. Darden Restaurants Darden recently attempted to please investors by putting one of its holding sup for sale, Red Lobster, for $2.1 billion. With pressure to improve its Olive Garden branch looming, if it fails to do so, investors may be calling for a break up of the company.
  5. 5. Hewlitt-Packard Divesture HP has planned to divest its consumer products division offering laptops and printers. Its corporate services will remain under HP Enterprises while it eyes a new acquisition target, EMC.
  6. 6. Time Warner Cable | Comcast The planned acquisition between the two cable giants is likely to be turned down by Washington. This spells turmoil for those left with the break up fees attached to the deal.

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