1. Canada's Circle K Owner in Talks to Buy France's Carrefour  Bloomberg
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  3. Couche-Tard in Talks to Buy Carrefour  Bloomberg Markets and Finance
  4. Carrefour Bonds Plunge on Concern Takeover Would Pile On Debt  Bloomberg
  5. Canada’s Couche-Tard in talks to buy French Carrefour  National Post
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Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc., the Canadian convenience-store operator that owns the Circle K chain, is exploring a takeover of French grocer Carrefour SA, a deal that would create a trans-Atlantic retail giant.

Couche-Tard exploring Carrefour takeover to create global retail giant - BNN Bloomberg

The combination would create a trans-Atlantic retail giant

Circle K owner Couche-Tard in early talks to buy Carrefour for about $20 billion | Financial Post

Circle K owner Couche-Tard in early talks to buy Carrefour for about $20 billion | Financial Post

A deal with Carrefour would expand its presence in Europe, where its potential target operates more than 2,800 supermarkets and 703 larger-format hypermarkets

Canada’s Couche-Tard in talks to buy French Carrefour | National Post

Canada’s Couche-Tard in talks to buy French Carrefour | National Post

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LAVAL, Que. — Convenience store giant Alimentation Couche-Tard is confirming its interest in acquiring France-based grocery chain Carrefour SA.Couche-Tard says terms of a deal are still subject to negotiation and there is no certainty that exploratory talks will result in a transaction.Founded more than 60 years ago, Carrefour operates nearly 13,000 hypermarkets, supermarkets and convenience stores in France, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Poland, Romania, Brazil, Argentina and Taiwan.The company cut its dividend by half last year as the COVID-19 pandemic began to expand.Couche-Tard operates convenience stores mostly under the Circle K brand in Canada, the United States and Europe. It recently took steps to expand into Asia.This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 12, 2021.Companies in this story: (TSX:ATD.B)The Canadian PressLAVAL, Que. — Convenience store giant Alimentation Couche-Tard is confirming its interest in acquiring France-based grocery chain Carrefour SA.Couche-Tard says terms of a deal are still subject to negotiation and there is no certainty that exploratory talks will result in a transaction.Founded more than 60 years ago, Carrefour operates nearly 13,000 hypermarkets, supermarkets and convenience stores in France, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Poland, Romania, Brazil, Argentina and Taiwan.The company cut its dividend by half last year as the COVID-19 pandemic began to expand.Couche-Tard operates convenience stores mostly under the Circle K brand in Canada, the United States and Europe. It recently took steps to expand into Asia.This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 12, 2021.Companies in this story: (TSX:ATD.B)The Canadian Press

Alimentation Couche-Tard confirms interest in buying French-based grocery chain

European retail giant Carrefour has received a surprise merger approach from Canadian convenience-store operator Alimentation Couche-Tard, sending the French company's shares up 13% on Wednesday.European retail giant Carrefour has received a surprise merger approach from Canadian convenience-store operator Alimentation Couche-Tard, sending the French company's shares up 13% on Wednesday.

Carrefour shares leap on Couche-Tard merger talks | Reuters

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More Global Expansion in the Cards for Couche-Tard?

[PARIS] Shares in continental Europe's biggest retailer Carrefour rose 10 per cent on Wednesday after Canadian convenience-store operator Alimentation Couche-Tard said it had initiated exploratory talks on a potential merger transaction. Read more at The Business Times.[PARIS] Shares in continental Europe's biggest retailer Carrefour rose 10 per cent on Wednesday after Canadian convenience-store operator Alimentation Couche-Tard said it had initiated exploratory

Carrefour shares surge 10% after Couche-Tard merger approach, Consumer - THE BUSINESS TIMES

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