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Jeffrey Jones

Jeffrey Jones
Mergers and Acquisitions Reporter

Jeffrey Jones is a veteran journalist specializing in mergers, acquisitions and private equity for The Globe and Mail’s Report on Business. Before joining The Globe and Mail in 2013, he was a senior reporter for Reuters, writing news, features and analysis on energy deals, pipelines, politics and general topics. His work has taken him from the Far North to the Deep South.

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Proxy fights on upswing, but activists winning less Subscriber content
Troubled developer Fortress searching for buyers for many of its properties as legal woes mount Subscriber content
AltaGas spinning off gas-distribution assets to reduce debt Subscriber content
Hudson’s Bay forms joint venture with German competitor Karstadt Subscriber content
Iron Bridge agrees to sweetened bid from Velvet Energy Subscriber content
U.S. escalates pressure on Canada for dairy concessions in NAFTA talks Subscriber content
Trump slump: President’s moves put Canadian deals on ice Subscriber content
Crescent Point Energy testing investor patience again Subscriber content Jeffrey Jones
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Death of a Calgary titan: The spectacular rise and tragic fall of George Gosbee Subscriber content
OMERS buys pipeline stake for $1.4-billion
Catalyst seeks cash injection for fund Subscriber content
Alcohol giant bets on cannabis with $5-billion Canopy deal Subscriber content
Constellation Brands pumps $5-billion more into Canopy to fuel global growth Subscriber content
Callidus Capital shares drop 15 per cent on news of big quarterly loss, CEO Newton Glassman’s medical leave Subscriber content
Callidus Capital’s Newton Glassman takes medical leave from CEO post Subscriber content
Ensign makes hostile takeover bid for Trinidad Drilling Subscriber content
Alberta’s energy regulator owes investors answers on Sequoia Resources Subscriber content Jeffrey Jones
Canada’s largest pension fund turns to private deals for cheaper assets Subscriber content
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Cenovus sells gas assets to NuVista for $625-million
Riyadh’s measures fail to disrupt Canadian markets Subscriber content