Lists, discusses, and provides statistical review of mergers and acquisitions. Includes a 25-year history of merger and acquisition activities, as well as a transaction roster for the previous year. For more current action look at Mergers and Acquisitions in the periodical stacks. 1985-
1) Once in Mergent Online, go to Government Filings Tab, choose [industry code] in SIC or IBC, and Corporate Action- M&A in Select Type.
Then 2) You might get more if you search Mergent Online, go to Government Filings, choose [industry code] in SIC or IBC, and DEFM14A, DEFM14C, PREM14C in If other, specify
When in Bloomberg, use the MA command to access the right areas in the database. List league tables. Use Search to create a downloadable list by many different criteria.
"Mergerstat covers U.S. transactions and cross border transactions involving a U.S. parent company where the equity value is greater than $1 million and represents at least a 10 percent interest. Using a broad variety of public and proprietary sources, including, but not limited to press releases, business wire releases, and SEC filings, Mergerstat identifies transactions and researches them daily. Each entry contains basic information on the buyer and seller, including: parent name, address, product line/business description, SIC codes, synopsis, terms, and where available seller financials, name and role of financial advisor, legal advisor and accountant. "
Eastern edition; New York. The Wall Street Journal is the financial newspaper of record. It offers in-depth coverage of national and international finance as well as first rate coverage of hard news. Updated daily.