Opinion: Why Remington’s investors shouldn’t sell

Cerberus dodged a bullet with its recent decision to let investors sell out of one of the world’s biggest gunmakers, Remington Outdoor. It’s the company that made the assault rifle used to kill 20 children and six of their teachers in a Connecticut elementary school in December 2012.


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In Second Opinion, U.S. and Iran reach an agreement on nuclear talks, Apple’s music streaming deals fall under the EU’s regulatory spotlight and jobless claims fall to their lowest levels in 15 years.


peHUB Second Opinion

In Second Opinion, Box shares soar in their first day of trading, a drone carrying methamphetamine crashes in Mexico, Expedia buys Travelocity and Cerberus is in talks to buy Digital First Media, which owns the Denver Post.


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In Second Opinion, how to price your company for a fundraise, families of victims killed at Sandy Hook are suing the maker of the Bushmaster assault rifle, France will ban Uber in 2015 and the the SEC approves Terra Tech Corp., which sells pot, to raise $6.8 mln.


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In Second Opinion, buyout shops can’t even agree on how to resolve the collusion case, why HBO and Netflix are so obsessed with each other and what it’s like raising money as a woman in Silicon Valley.

Cerberus pulls out of Seibu IPO as pricing slashed – Reuters

Japanese railway and property conglomerate Seibu Holdings slashed the price of its initial public offering and said its largest shareholder, US private equity firm Cerberus, would not participate in one of Japan’s biggest IPOs this year, writes Reuters. Seibu dropped the tentative price of its IPO by as much as 30 percent to 1,600 to 1,800 yen per share from the initial estimate of 2,300 it had announced in March.

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peHUB First Read

This Monday morning First Read brings you tips on how to value pre-IPO portfolio companies, the various sources of finance in the clean tech sector and news of NYSTRS committing over a billion to real estate and PE.

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Kick off Thursday morning with the latest on Cerberus’ new fund; Zombies taking advantage of PE’s weakness and Yahoo’s acquisition of to-do app maker Astrid.

Reuters – Cerberus Closes on SDIC German Property Deal

Private equity investor Cerberus has agreed to acquire roughly 22,000 German flats from insolvent Speymill Deutsche Immobilien, writes Reuters. As part of the deal, Cerberus is restructuring 985 million euros ($1.25 billion) in SDIC’s debt and will inject an undisclosed sum of fresh capital, according to Reuters. Reuters – Private equity investor Cerberus has agreed […]

Goldman, Cerberus Exit GSW Immobilien

Golman Sachs and Cerberus have exited German property company GSW Immobilien, Reuters reported, by placing a 20% stake on Thursday. The firms sold 7.9 million shares at 22.18 euros a share, Goldman Sachs said in a statement on Friday.

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