New York, New York -
Canadian chain Hudson's Bay company has agreed to buy retailer Saks Incorporated in an all-cash deal.
The transaction is valued at $2.9 billion, including debt.
Under the terms, the Hudson's Bay Company will pay 16-dollars a share for Saks.
The deal pairs Saks Fifth Avenue with Lord and Taylor, which is also owned by Hudson's Bay Company.
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