Private equity firm Silver Lake Partners bid as low as $11.22 per share for Dell in mid 2012, when it first discussed a buyout with founder and CEO Michael Dell, writes Reuters. Since then Silver Lake and Michael Dell raised their bid to take the business private to $13.65 a share. At $24.4 billion, it would be the largest private equity-led buyout since the 2008 financial crisis, writes Reuters.
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Yesterday, Dell announced it was being taken private in a $24.4 billion buyout from Silver Lake Partners and Michael Dell. The deal ranks as the biggest tech LBO ever.
The giant Texas Teachers’ Retirement System committed more than $1.1 billion to private equity across seven investments in the fourth quarter, with some pledges going to long-time partners and some to new relationships…
Avaya Inc., which is backed by TPG Capital and Silver Lake Partners, acquired RADVISION Ltd. The two buyout shops said in a statement Friday that they would provide a majority of the approximately $227 million required to fund the purchase. Avaya is a provider of business collaboration and communications technology. PRESS RELEASE TPG Capital and [...]
Hybris, which is backed by Huntsman Gay Global, will likely sell a stake to an outside investor before it goes public.