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The 5 Biggest M&A Deals of 2015
#5
Deal: Kraft merges with Heinz
Price Tag: $46 billion USD
Benefit: The food tycoon is expected to be the fifth
largest f...
#4
Deal: Dell purchases EMC²
Price Tag: $67 billion USD
Benefit: The companies together will combine the
world’s largest s...
#3
Deal: Charter Communications buys Time Warner
Price Tag: $79.6 billion USD
Benefit: Expanded Charter’s U.S. footprint b...
#2
Deal: Royal Dutch Shell buys BG Group
Price Tag: $81.5 billion USD
Benefit: Growing liquefied gas (expected trade in
tr...
#1
Deal: Anheuser- Busch purchases SABMiller
Price Tag: $104 billion USD
Benefit: The companies combined are now the
world...
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2015 has been the year of mega-mergers. With tens of deals breaking $50 billion in value, the M&A boom was a successful as predicted.

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The 5 Biggest M&A Deals Of 2015

  1. 1. The 5 Biggest M&A Deals of 2015
  2. 2. #5 Deal: Kraft merges with Heinz Price Tag: $46 billion USD Benefit: The food tycoon is expected to be the fifth largest food company in the world and the third largest in the U.S. Source: Bloomberg
  3. 3. #4 Deal: Dell purchases EMC² Price Tag: $67 billion USD Benefit: The companies together will combine the world’s largest storage vendor with one of the largest server makers to become more competitive in enterprise. Source: The Globe and Mail
  4. 4. #3 Deal: Charter Communications buys Time Warner Price Tag: $79.6 billion USD Benefit: Expanded Charter’s U.S. footprint by 84, 000 square miles. Source: CNBC
  5. 5. #2 Deal: Royal Dutch Shell buys BG Group Price Tag: $81.5 billion USD Benefit: Growing liquefied gas (expected trade in triple by 2040) and deep water exploration capabilities. Source: CNBC
  6. 6. #1 Deal: Anheuser- Busch purchases SABMiller Price Tag: $104 billion USD Benefit: The companies combined are now the world’s largest beermaker, owning 9 of the world’s top 20 beers by volume. Source: CNN
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2015 has been the year of mega-mergers. With tens of deals breaking $50 billion in value, the M&A boom was a successful as predicted.

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