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For Dell, a $24.4 billion deal to take itself private is a bold move out of Wall Street's spotlight as it tries to remake itself in a world where personal computers are no longer the big business in technology.
For more than a decade, the world's biggest brewers have been swallowing competitor after competitor as they grapple with slowing growth in many markets. Now, the Obama administration wants to cut them off.
The effort to take Dell private has gained a prominent, if unusual, backer: Microsoft.
Microsoft announced on Monday that it would invest $300 million in Barnes & Noble's Nook division for a 17.6 percent stake. The deal values the e-reader business at $1.7 billion.
The Coca-Cola Co. on Monday denied being in talks to buy the Monster Beverage Corp., after rumors of negotiations between the two had pushed the energy drink maker's shares up earlier in the day.