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Hudson's Bay Co (HBC.TO)

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Wed, Feb 7 2018

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

Feb 7 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Wednesday:

Hudson's Bay says it turns down Signa's offer for Kaufhof chain

Hudson's Bay Co said on Wednesday it has rejected Austrian property and retail group Signa Holding GmbH's 3 billion euro bid ($3.7 billion) for Hudson's Bay's Kaufhof unit, Germany's largest retail chain.

UPDATE 2-Hudson's Bay says it turns down Signa's offer for Kaufhof chain

Feb 7 Hudson's Bay Co said on Wednesday it has rejected Austrian property and retail group Signa Holding GmbH's 3 billion euro bid ($3.7 billion) for Hudson's Bay's Kaufhof unit, Germany's largest retail chain.

BRIEF-Hbc Provides Update On Unsolicited Offer For German Business

* HBC PROVIDES UPDATE ON UNSOLICITED OFFER FOR ITS GERMAN BUSINESS

Hudson's Bay set to reject Signa's bid for Kaufhof-sources

Feb 7 Hudson's Bay Co plans to reject Austrian property and retail group Signa Holding GmbH's 3 billion euro bid ($3.7 billion) for Kaufhof, Germany's largest retail chain, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 1-Hudson's Bay names CVS Health veteran as new CEO

Feb 5 Saks Fifth Avenue-owner Hudson's Bay Co on Monday named veteran CVS Health Corp executive Helena Foulkes as its chief executive officer, replacing Richard Baker, who has been heading the company on an interim basis.

BRIEF-Hudson's Bay Appoints Helena Foulkes CEO

* HUDSON'S BAY CO - APPOINTS HELENA FOULKES CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER​

Hudson's Bay names CVS Health executive as new CEO

Feb 5 Saks Fifth Avenue-owner Hudson's Bay Co on Monday appointed Helena Foulkes as its chief executive officer, replacing Richard Baker, effective Feb. 19.

Hudson's Bay has ample cash to go private -activist investor Litt

TORONTO, Jan 31 Hudson's Bay Co, owner of the Saks Fifth Avenue brand, is in a good position to go private following the sale of its Lord & Taylor flagship building in New York and an investment from Rhone Capital, activist investor Jonathan Litt wrote in a letter to shareholders released on Wednesday.

BRIEF-Land & Buildings Says "Go-Private Transaction Could Be On Table Again" For Hudson's Bay

* LAND & BUILDINGS ISSUES LETTER TO HUDSON'S BAY SHAREHOLDERS

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