Morning Agenda: Looking Back on a Year of Deals

Deal makers notched $3.5 trillion worth of deals in 2014. | Stock markets ended the year on a high note. | DealBook’s annual “Closing Dinner.”

Deal makers notched $3.5 trillion worth of deals in 2014. | Stock markets ended the year on a high note. | DealBook’s annual “Closing Dinner.”

Source:: Morning Agenda: Looking Back on a Year of Deals

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