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I've been a business reporter for a while. I've covered Wall Street, venture capital and now private equity. I'm always looking for a scoop or something to talk about. I'm the eternal optimist and am still waiting for the Chicago Cubs to win the World Series. Yes, I believe.
TZP Group has invested in Christy Sports LLC. Financial terms weren't announced. Christy, of Lakewood, Colorado, is a winter sports specialty retailer.
Mike Bingle is transitioning from managing partner to vice chairman and managing partner emeritus. Managing Partners Egon Durban and Greg Mondre will serve as co-CEOs, while Managing Partner Ken Hao will serve as Chairman. In addition, Joe Osnoss will be promoted to managing partner.
Alden has agreed to a standstill agreement that limits Alden's ability to increase its stake in Tribune through the second quarter of 2020.
Carlyle-backed Acosta said Dec. 1 that it filed for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the District of Delaware.
Bain Capital is planning to take ChinData Group public and is asking investment banks to pitch for the role, Bloomberg is reporting. The IPO could take place early next year, the story said.
Apollo Global Management has outbid Berkshire Hathaway for Tech Data, the Wall Street Journal reported. Apollo agreed to buy Tech Data for slightly more than $5 billion on Wednesday, the story said, while Berkshire bid about $5 billion.
GED Capital has acquired Grupo OM, a visual merchandising and communications company, from Nazca Capital.
Pestell Nutrition, a portfolio company of Wind Point Partners, said Nov. 25 that it acquired Premier Ag Resources. Financial terms weren’t announced. Premier Ag, of London, Ontario, distributes specialty pet food ingredients and feed additives across Canada and the U.S. PRESS RELEASE Chicago, IL, November 25, 2019 – Wind Point Partners (“Wind Point”) and portfolio […]
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Blackstone Growth eyes $3 bln to $4 bln for debut fund; Accuity Delivery Systems is up for sale; Kelleher exits BB&T
Great Hill Partners and Spectrum Equity said Nov. 25 that they agreed to buy the assets of IBM’s sales performance management business. Financial terms weren’t announced. Great Hill and Spectrum are relaunching Varicent Software, which will be led by Marc Altshuller. IBM acquired Varicent in 2012.
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