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A new report finds that about 60 percent of non-energy defaulting companies in the second quarter belonged to PE firms and One Equity acquires American Medical Technologies.
OceanSound recaps Netrix as the remote-everything environment accelerates trends around cloud computing and Thoma Bravo is selling Ellie Mae to ICE.
CalPERS CIO Meng quits his post amid questions about his personal investments and Bain invests in a fintech company HEY.
Martis Capital puts Care Hospice on the block while Blackstone Group is nearing its $4 billion target for its second GP stakes fund.
Carlyle Group, TCW, private equity, merger, M&A
MSD Partners racks up $825 million for new fund while Apollo co-founder Marc Rowan is stepping into a "semi-sabbatical."
Hg and Vista Equity-backed Sovos Compliance goes on the block and H.I.G. Capital adds a new managing director to its team.
Sunrise Strategic-backed Kodiak Cakes puts its sales process on hold and TPG launches secondaries business with ex-CPPIB exec.
Deal and fundraising activity continues during these dog days of summer: Blackstone's HealthEdge buys The Burgess Group and Fundamental seeks $1 billion for a new fund.
GHK Capital buys Hasa from Peak Rock while Clearlake mulls options for Symplr.

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