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First Read closes the week with news that 3i Infrastructure is selling its stake in Wireless Infrastructure Group, Coke reportedly targeted teens by saying sugary drinks are healthy and Wawa (no!) discloses data breach across its 700 stores
Bill McGlashan affirms his innocence in the college admissions scandal.
First Read ushers in the day with news that Broadcom looks to sell a unit that could fetch $10 bln, Instagram influencers can no longer promote vaping and guns and social unrest slams Chilean economy
Thomas H. Lee Partners, Ceridian HCM, IPO, software, private equity, merger, M&A
Au contraire. Secondaries deals are not coming to a halt right now as some contend; they're just being finished off in these waning weeks of December.
First Read begins day with news that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says Brexit will come true by the end of 2020, LogMeIn will be taken private for $4.3 bln and LifeLabs pays hackers to recover customer data
Could the current sluggish secondaries market lead to a rush of GP-led transactions in the new year?
First Read kicks off the day with news that Intel buys Israeli AI startup Habana Labs for $2 bln, homebuilder confidence soars to its highest levels in 20 years and a look in cybersecurity menace Evil Corp.
Monday is chock-full of personnel moves and fundraising news.
First Read begins the week with news that Harvey Weinstein believes he's not being recognized for his work with women, US and China agree to a limited deal to halt the trade war and Palantir wins Pentagon contract
Those who’ve been down the IPO road before get it: preparedness and project management are paramount.

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