Blackstone walks away with the win for autism-treatment company CARD


Blackstone Group, autism, healthcare, mental health, private equity, merger, M&A, Center for Autism and Related Disorders
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A few months after the family office of Blackstone Group’s executive vice chairman, Tony James, got out of the autism business, the executive is getting back in through the funds his private equity shop manages. Blackstone is buying founder-owned Center for ...

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