Dana deal with GKN dead after Melrose wins takeover bidMarch 29
Melrose Industries narrowly clinched an 8 billion-pound ($11 billion) takeover of Britain's GKN, after a three-month battle for control of the engineering giant. The shareholder vote thwarts a proposed tie-up between GKN's auto unit and U.S. supplier Dana.
GKN investors promised quick cash payout if they accept Dana bidMarch 26
Dana lands contracts amid efforts to merge with GKN unitMarch 22
Battle for GKN heats up as Melrose, Dana sweeten dealsMarch 19
Dana CEO meeting GKN investors to help fight off MelroseMarch 13
Melrose increases hostile bid for GKN to $11.2 billionMarch 12
A NEW DRIVELINE KING?March 12
Dana's $6.1 billion tie-up with GKN would help leapfrog driveline competitorsMarch 9
Dana agrees to $6.1 billion tie-up with GKN driveline unitMarch 9
Dana and British supplier GKN agreed to a $6.1 billion deal to merge GKN's automotive business with Ohio-based Dana. GKN, led by former Ford executive Anne Stevens, has been trying to fight off a hostile takeover bid from Melrose Industries since January.