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Bain Capital Partners is to acquire tools manufacturer Apex Tool Group from Danaher Corporation and Cooper Industries. The transaction is valued at approximately $1.6 billion. Additional terms of the deal were not disclosed.
John Menzer has resigned from his position as CEO of Michaels Stores, to enable him to focus on recovery and rehabilitation from the stroke he suffered in April. The company has commenced a search for a new CEO. Michaels Stores is backed by Bain Capital Partners and The Blackstone Group. PRESS RELEASE Michaels Stores, Inc. [...]
Consolidated Container Company, a developer and manufacturer of rigid plastic packaging solutions in North America, has been acquired by Bain Capital Partners. The previously announced acquisition is valued at approximately $800 million. PRESS RELEASE Consolidated Container Company (CCC), a leading developer and manufacturer of rigid plastic packaging solutions in North America, today announced the completion [...]
Consolidated Container Company, a US-based manufacturer of plastic packaging solutions is to be acquired by Bain Capital Partners. Terms of the agreement to buy the business from Vestar Capital Partners and its other investors were not disclosed. PRESS RELEASE Consolidated Container Company (CCC), a leading developer and manufacturer of rigid plastic packaging solutions in North [...]
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So Anderson Cooper did a little takedown of Mitt Romney on his CNN program on Tuesday.
The former Massachusetts governor and co-founder of Bain Capital, now running for the Republican presidential nomination, had just rolled out his 160-page job plan, in advance of President Obama’s own jobs-promoting speech planned for today before a joint session of Congress.
Romney bills himself as a job creator, although he passes off his …
Private equity investors Bain Capital Partners, J.P. Morgan Partners and Thomas H. Lee Partners are among those selling stakes in publicly traded Warner Chilcott plc. Warner Chilcott announced Wednesday a secondary offering of 25 million of its ordinary shares. The company will not receive proceeds from the sale, but will pay the expenses of the offering, according to a press release.
Private equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. has led a 105 million euro ($146.5 million) mezzanine financing as part of Bain Capital Partners’ acquisition of IMCD Group. Netherlands-based IMCD provides marketing, sales and distribution of specialty chemicals, food and pharmaceutical ingredients.