Westport, CT (PRWEB) May 04, 2015
CTFinancialNews, a leading news reporting service for the mergers and acquisitions arena, today announces that it will offer subscribers live coverage as possible in the preliminary injunction hearing for the Federal Trade Commission v. Sysco Corp. and US Foods Inc. (Case 1:15-cv-00256-APM in US District Court for the District of Columbia) scheduled to begin Tuesday, May 5, 2015. CTFinancialNews' Washington D.C. based correspondent, Ed Roberts, who has been reporting on the litigation to date with several insightful stories on the case, will be present and sending updates to our editors, as permitted.
Don’t miss CTFinancialNews’ coverage of this case. CTFinancialNews has already spoken to leading sources on the litigation and published several articles. CTFinancialNews will continue to cover the case through the trial and beyond.
"Following our successful coverage of the Allergan insider trading hearings and our reporting on the Fannie Mae case in Iowa, CTFinancialNews will once again have a seasoned correspondent on site for the Sysco case, enabling us to update our readership with meaningful reporting throughout the hearing," said Jonathan Spitzer, founder and publisher of CTFinancialNews.
In addition to coverage of the Sysco/US Foods merger, CTFinancialNews has recently seen strong interest in its reporting on the Harris/Exelis merger, the UnitedHealthcare/Catamaran deal, CIT’s acquisition of OneWest Bank, a look at Teva’s antitrust strategy for its Mylan hostile bid and many other important stories. Find these stories at http://ctfinancialnews.com.
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