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Endless sells Kiddiecare to VC-backed Worldstores

After only two months of being owned by UK-based private equity firm Endless, British nursery and children’s products retailer Kiddicare has been sold to Worldstores. No financial terms were disclosed. Addleshaw Goddard and Sentio Partners advised Endless on the transaction while Taylor Wessing advised Worldstores. Prior to being acquired by Endless, Kiddicare was owned by […]

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Magma raises $150 mln for Fund IV

Israeli tech firm Magma Venture Partners has closed Magma Venture Capital IV on $150 million. This fund is the successor of Magma’s third fund raised in early 2012.

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In Second Opinion, Computer Sciences is interested in doing an LBO, Shyp is launching in NYC, Ripplewood Holdings stopped being a PE firm a while ago and who will be the next mayor of London.

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Vista Equity to buy Tibco Software for $4.3 billion

Business software maker Tibco Software Inc on Sept. 29 said private equity firm Vista Equity Partners would take it private for $4.3 billion in the largest technology buyout this year, according to sister news service Reuters.

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Carlyle LPs to share in collusion suit settlement costs: Buyouts

The Carlyle Group’s $115 million settlement of a lawsuit that alleged it colluded with other buyout shops to depress deal prices will be paid through a combination of Carlyle Partners IV fund capital, insurance, balance sheet capital, and contributions from some employees of the firm.

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In Second Opinion, Pimco’s executive management committee had been meeting for a week to oust Bill Gross, there have been 200,000 orders for Blackberry’s Passport since its launch Wednesday and Battlestar Galactica is leaving Netflix as of Oct. 1.

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