A look at some must-read news on deals and deal makers around the world
Another Goldman grilling
Goldman Sachs partner Abby Joseph Cohen, who became famous for market predictions in the bull run of the 1990s, gets a tough ride from Deborah Solomon of the New York Times on everything from the lack of female partners at Goldman (not enough applicants, apparently) to Facebook (let's not talk about that) to CEO pay (hey, athletes make a lot too.)
Why can't corporate Canada count?
What is so hard is so hard about counting shareholder votes? Something must be, because corporate Canada isn't very good at it.
The Globe's Janet McFarland wonders why regulators stand for it, when so much is riding on corporate votes, from mergers to the outcomes of proxy fights.
Real estate M&A ramps up
The biggest deal to hit the real estate sector in a very long time hit the tape on Monday, with Prologis and AMB Real Estate putting their operations together.
BCE: Anything you say can be used against you
BCE Inc. is going to face opposition to its purchase of the broadcasting assets of CTV when it heads before regulators, and the company's own words may be used against it in a battle over how proprietary content can be, Globe and Mail reporter Susan Krashinsky reports.
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