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Dave Lesar, third from right, chairman and CEO of Halliburton, rings the Opening Bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on November 18, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Halliburton believers could win big betting on deal

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Traders willing to bet the biggest oil-services deal can survive regulatory scrutiny stand to rake in more than $3 billion in profit.
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Schlumberger will still be biggest following Cameron deal

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Schlumberger, with $48.6 billion in revenue in 2014, will still be the biggest oil field services company in the world after its deal with Cameron closes.
Dave Lesar, third from right, chairman and CEO of Halliburton, rings the Opening Bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on November 18, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Halliburton faces more scrutiny over Baker Hughes deal from Justice Department

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Just as Baker Hughes did last month, Halliburton said it has responded to a second round of antitrust questions from the Justice Department, without giving details about what was asked.
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Halliburton, Baker cut workforces deeper, bringing layoffs to 27,000

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Halliburton has cut nearly 14,000 jobs and Baker Hughes has laid off 13,000 employees since they began trimming their headcounts last year to cope with the oil-market crash, officials said Monday.
Weatherford International CEO, Bernard Duroc-Danner. (Michael Paulsen/Houston Chronicle file photo)

Weatherford takes “brutally realistic” approach to U.S. job cuts

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Weatherford will make another 1,000 job cuts, mostly in its U.S. support staff, as its onshore shale business continues to suffer with low oil prices, the company’s CEO said in its second-quarter earnings conference call.
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Baker Hughes lost $188 million in second quarter

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The company, which is set to sell itself to larger rival Halliburton by the end of the year, saw its biggest revenue decline in North America, with sales falling 26 percent below first-quarter revenue.
Dave Lesar, third from right, chairman and CEO of Halliburton, rings the Opening Bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on November 18, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Halliburton profits fall 93 percent amid downturn

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Halliburton’s North American revenues were hit hardest in the downturn, falling 25 percent compared to the first quarter, down to $2.7 billion.
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Halliburton, Baker Hughes give feds more time to review merger

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Halliburton said it is still planning to sell three drilling businesses to make room for Baker Hughes once the deal is closed, but it also has told regulators, in the U.S. and overseas, that it will plan to sell off more units than it initially planned.
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Fortune 500: Oil prices take slight toll on rankings for Houston companies

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Some Houston-based oil and gas companies saw their rankings slip this year after months of low commodities prices hammered the industry.
A dynamic positioning and marine environment simulator used for simulation and training on exhibit in the Jelec booth at the Offshore Technology Conference at the NRG Center Tuesday, May 5, 2015, in Houston, Texas. (Gary Coronado / Houston Chronicle)

Major offshore vessel contractor could be in the market for acquisitions, CEO says

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The CEO of vessel contractor Tidewater says the oil bust could be an opening to scoop up smaller rivals in marine services as corporate consolidations could help offshore firms cope with the downturn.