November 29, 2011, 7:31 PM UTC

AT&T is in talks to sell some of its assets to Leap Wireless International Inc., in order to help salvage the proposed acquisition of T-Mobile, as first reported by the New York Times.

BHP Billiton said that it may sell some of all of  its diamond assets.

Nexen Inc. (NYSE: NXY), a Canadian oil and gas company, is planning to sell 40% of its northeast British Columbia assets for C$700 million to a group led by Inpex Corp. of Japan.

Nordic Capital has retained Carnegie and SEB Enskilda to advise on a possible sale of IPO of Nefab, a Swedish industrial packaging company that could be worth upwards of $460 million, according to Reuters.

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