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Steady as she goes
The rejection of the Petronas-Progress Energy Resources deal hasn't dampened CNOOC Ltd.'s expectations of its bid for Nexen Inc.

CNOOC CFO Zhong Hua told a conference call on Tuesday that he expects the Nexen deal to be completed within the year. He added that the state-owned enterprise has prepared for all possible outcomes of the bid.

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Meanwhile, Albertans are increasingly wary of Chinese control of oil sands assets

Yelp's first deal
Yelp buys its European competitor Qype for $50-million.

Nike unloads Umbro
Nike said on Wednesday that it plans to sell its Umbro soccer brand to the Iconix Brand Group for $225-million (U.S.) in an effort to slim down its product offerings.

Are hedge funds ever expensive?
Like realtors, hedge fund proponents would have you believe it's ALWAYS a good time to invest.

The next generation of pre-IPO financing?
Buyout firms have a new strategy for reducing portfolio company debt.

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Streetwise editor

Jody White is the web editor for Streetwise. He previously worked as a senior editor at Canadian Business Online and has written for MoneySense Magazine, Maclean's, the National Post and other national publications. More

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