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Monsanto slides further below Bayer offer price as doubts persist

Monsanto slides further below Bayer offer price as doubts persist

Grassley hasn't said whether he would push to include the Agriculture Department in any possible review of the Bayer-Monsanto acquisition. Monsanto closed the trading day up modestly at $106.76 per share, or just 0.62%, after the announcement, as some worry that either United States or European Union antitrust regulators might halt the deal during formal review over the coming months.



Bayer signs deal to acquire Monsanto for $66 billion

In addition to the $57 billion price for shareholders, Bayer is assuming $9 billion in Monsanto debt. "We are pleased to announce the combination of our two great organizations". "For that reason a lot of the barnacles and negatives attached to these technologies became their problem more than the others". At the time, Monsanto said it was still open to talks, and Bayer said it was committed to completing the deal.


Ohio boy seen in car with passed-out adults gets new home

Ohio boy seen in car with passed-out adults gets new home

The police department said they had released the controversial image, in which the couple were seen passed out with their mouths agape, to raise awareness about the heroin epidemic in the community. The picture of the unnamed four-year-old spread across social media after it was shared by police who spotted a auto driving erratically in East Liverpool, Ohio , last week.


Presidential campaigns plan stops in Northeast Ohio

Presidential campaigns plan stops in Northeast Ohio

Trump said Wednesday night, as he has many times before, that he does not want to share the details of his strategy because he does not "want to broadcast to the enemy exactly what my plan is". Weeks before the 2012 election, Republican Mitt Romney landed in hot water for saying that 47 percent of the public would vote for President Barack Obama "no matter what" because they depended on government benefits and his job was "not to worry about those people".


Trump says Clinton comment a 'grotesque attack'

Trump says Clinton comment a 'grotesque attack'

This news comes as both Trump and his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, continue to be dogged by gossip about their possible health issues. It is not clear whether the two will cross paths, and neither candidate is expected to make public remarks.