Breakfast Deals

DataRoom AM: TPG's power cut

TPG Capital is keen to offload its stake in Alinta Energy, while SAI Global works with its suitors before today's bid deadline.

DataRoom AM: Switching off Ten

Foxtel has reportedly abandoned plans for a joint bid for Ten Network, while Bendigo and Adelaide Bank is in no rush to pursue any major mergers.

DataRoom AM: Noni B standoff

Alceon Group's bid for Noni B is challenged by an unhappy investor, while ice cream maker Wendys gets scooped up by a Singaporean group.

DataRoom AM: Echo hunt

The gaming group is reportedly seeking a hotels partner, while Carsales is kicking the tyres on iCar Asia.

DataRoom AM: Rinehart ambition

Gina Rinehart may still be mulling a play for Fairfax Media, while the sale of SAI Global is in doubt.

DataRoom AM: Hot property

Simon Property Group has its eyes on CFS Retail, while Primary Health Care could also be a takeover target.

DataRoom AM: Macquarie power play

Macquarie Group has Spanish power assets in its sights, while Standards Australia wants SAI Global to be more upfront about contract negotiations.

DataRoom AM: PacBrands' big plans

Speculation is swirling that Pacific Brands may be looking to offload its prized brands, while juice company nudie foods is up for sale.

DataRoom AM: DJs drama

Manoeuvrings around its share register suggest David Jones may have a mystery suitor on its hands, while a sweetened offer for Envestra from a rival bidder leaves APA Group with limited options.

DataRoom AM: Rio’s Guinean gain

Rio Tinto edges closer to Simandou pay dirt as it signs a crucial investment framework, while TWE leaves the door open for a sweetened bid from KKR.

DataRoom AM: Woodside’s war chest

Woodside’s exit from the Leviathan project raises questions as to where its mammoth cash pile will be spent, while Aurora shareholders give the nod to a sweetened takeover offer.

DataRoom AM: Treasury in play

Investors seem confident KKR’s bid for Treasury Wine Estates won’t be the last, while Shell and PetroChina look close to selecting a partner for a gas sale option at their Arrow LNG project.

DataRoom AM: UGL downer

UGL’s sale of its property services arm looks in doubt, while two of the biggest floats of the year move closer to judgment day.

DataRoom AM: Rio's asset watch

Rio Tinto wraps up its divestment push as its looks to get its Simandou project off the ground, while a sweetened bid wins over Goodman Fielder.

DataRoom AM: Packer’s Vegas flop

James Packer’s bid for a Las Vegas casino is trumped by Blackstone Group, while Wilmar International boosts its offer for Goodman Fielder.

DataRoom AM: BHP's nickel flip

BHP Billiton’s divestment and spin-off plans are back in focus, while Treasury Wine Estates catches the attention of another potential suitor.

DataRoom AM: PanAust attraction

GRAM's PanAust takeover offer has the whole copper sector jumping, while Nathan Tinkler has reportedly forked out for Peabody's Wilkie Creek coal mine.

DataRoom AM: Budget sell-off

The Abbott government’s privatisation push could bring in $10bn if all goes to plan, while the fight for Healthscope appears far from over.

DataRoom AM: Qantas delay

The fate of Qantas’ frequent flyer decision is still up in the air, while Cheung Kong Infrastructure has thrown APA Group’s Envestra bid into doubt.

DataRoom AM: Woodside limbo

Royal Dutch Shell looks set to hold on to Woodside for a while longer, while Padbury Mining’s credibility takes a hit.

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