Deals of the year: Trend-setting and ground-breaking - We profile the boldest, the biggest, the most successful and the most controversial deals of 1999. Trail-blazing corporate bonds and loans showed what Europe's new capital markets are capable of. Titanic deals by AT&T and Conoco showed the US still sets the standards. We reflect on Olivetti's adventures in M& A, and on the latest chapter in ...
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