Markets & Finance

Concord EFS Goes on the Block

Electronic transaction processing company Concord EFS (CE) put itself up for sale for as much as $6 billion. (3/10)

Germany's Henkel KGaA bought a 6.86% stake in Wella AG. Henkel could be a rival suitor to Procter & Gamble (PG), which is reportedly expected to bid for the German maker of hair-care products. Henkel owns the Duck tape and Loctite Superglue brands. (3/10)

KB Home (KBH) agrees to buy closely-held Atlanta-based builder Colony Homes, as part of a its push into the Southeastern U.S. market. Terms of the sale weren't disclosed. (3/10)

Great Expressions Dental Centers offers to buy all Coast Dental Services (CDEN) shares at $6 each. (3/10)

Click Commerce (CKCM) receives bid from Insight Venture Management LLC for $3.55-$3.80 per share of CKCM, subject to adjustments. (3/7)

Alcan (AL) agrees to buy Baltek Corp (BTEK) for $15.17 per share. (3/6)

Keystone Savings Bank agrees to buy First Colonial (FTCG) via a stock swap that values FTCG at $37 per share. (3/6)

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