Cleveland-based KeyCorp said Friday that it will pay a portion of its stock and $2.30 in cash for each share ... Buffalo, New York-based First Niagara Financial Group Inc. has nearly 400 locations in New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and …
In addition to Kenna-metal, First Niagara Financial Group and Black Box Corp. posted the biggest stock declines for the year. Buffalo-based First Niagara, the fifth-largest retail bank in Pittsburgh, reported a $664.8 million loss in the third …
2:23 a.m. | Updated Eric Dash has more: The First Niagara Financial Group said Thursday that it had agreed to buy NewAlliance Bancshares of Connecticut for about $1.5 billion in stock and cash in a deal that would expand its …
The parent of Five Star Bank is raising $40 million in capital through a common stock offering so it can repay the ... Besides Financial Institutions, M&T Bank Corp. and First Niagara Financial Group accepted TARP money in late 2008, …
CLEVELAND - KeyCorp will expand deeper into the Northeast with a $4.1 billion deal to buy First Niagara Financial Group and create the 13th largest ... said Friday that it will pay a portion of its stock and $2.30 in cash for each share of First …
The AP's analysis found that only HF Financial Corp. of Sioux Falls, S.D., and First Niagara Financial Group of Lockport, N.Y., would make money for taxpayers if the common stock options were exercised today. According to records filed …
First Niagara Financial Group, which acquired New Haven's NewAlliance Bank in ... The per share consideration is valued at $11.40 per share based on the closing price of KeyCorp common stock on Oct.29. Gary M. Crosby, president and …
CLEVELAND — KeyCorp will expand deeper into the Northeast with a $4.1 billion deal to buy First Niagara Financial Group and create the 13th largest ... said Friday that it will pay a portion of its stock and $2.30 in cash for each share …
The McLean, Virginia-based firm said in June it was buying ING’s U.S. online bank for $9 billion in cash and stock. HSBC said in May it ... selling 195 branches to First Niagara Financial Group Inc FNFG.O for $1 billion and closing 13 more.