Gold producer Gascoyne Resources will take over neighbour and explorer Firefly Resources in a scrip deal that values the target at nearly $45 million.
Crown Resorts has been handed a modified offer from US investment giant Oaktree Capital to help the casino operator buy out James Packer’s stake in the embattled business.
Royal Dutch Shell is reviewing its holdings in the largest oil field in the US, a possible sale that could raise as much as $US10 billion, reports suggest.
Woolworths' takeover of wholesale food distributor PFD will go ahead despite the concerns of some in the industry.
Although declaring in 2019 he was retiring from farming, John Nicoletti has continued his buying spree and is now one of WA’s biggest private landholders.
Mining software company Micromine has made its first acquisition as it looks to strengthen its global technology offering.
Champion WA swimmer and entrepreneur Brianna Throssell has decided to sell her thriving business in the hopes of realising Olympic glory.
Analysts also believe the hardware giant’s parent is now more likely to return cash to shareholders rather than deploy its $6b of spending power on a major acquisition.
Centuria has sealed the deal for its takeover of WA-based listed property success story Primewest, with its three founding directors agreeing to the cash and scrip offer.
The WA-based power infrastructure group is buying Connect Engineering for $5.5m in cash and shares.
The WA-based engineering group expects to be worth $242m when its shares hit the market.
Andrew Forrest and WA entrepreneur Tony Grist are major shareholders in the new play, which includes Geraldton-founded NodeOne.
The insurer has confirmed rumours of a major east coast private health fund acquisition, revealing this morning it will take full control of CUA Health.
WA iron ore magnate Andrew Forrest is making a $142 million pitch for full control of Canadian nickel miner Noront Resources just six months after buying into the company.
The WA private health insurer is said to be in talks for an acquisition which could be finalised over the next two weeks.
WA investment house Viburnum has bought a 25 per cent stake in an Adelaide-based firm making a name for itself in helping mining companies deliver efficiency improvements.
BDO Perth corporate finance partner Justin Boyce Cam says conditions are ripe for further deals in WA’s red hot mining services sector.
WA businessman and Orlando investor Rob Martin will take a sizeable stake in DDB under a $10m raising to secure the $21.4m deal.
Online marketplace Airtasker has bought a US rival and is raising funds to expand to the US and UK.
Pindan Group pitched its struggling business to billionaire Andrew Forrest in a last ditch attempt to sell the company before it went under.
Recently listed Dynamic Drill and Blast’s purchase of Orlando Drilling in the latest corporate move in the WA mining services sector.
The board of the embattled casino operator has knocked back the advances of one suitor while tempting another with a call for more detail about a takeover proposal.
The decision to sell the business came after it booked a big impairment on the asset a few years ago and amid a climate where diversified miners are looking to reduce their exposure to fossil fuels.
The competition regulator says its investigation of any deal between the two casino companies would look beyond their gaming activities.
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