Definition of megamerger
: a merger of megacorporations
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To critics, the megamergers, deregulation and gut punches to many industries set the table for the Great Recession and slow growth.
Another round of big deal speculation is underway on Wall Street and locally based Kraft Heinz is, once again, in the thick of such megamerger talk.
Pfizer, among the most acquisitive pharmaceutical companies a few years ago, put the focus back on mergers and acquisitions a few months ago after abandoning a megamerger with Allergan Plc earlier in 2016.
During the election campaign last year, President Trump made a populist promise to block the megamerger.
The brewer said Thursday that savings from its $100 billion-plus megamerger with rival SABMiller will likely reach at least $2.8 billion compared with its earlier $2.45 billion estimate.
Although the EC panel will likely reach a preliminary verdict on the megamerger, the full European Commission is not expected to render a final verdict for several more weeks, giving the companies additional time to negotiate an acceptable deal.
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