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Apollo CEO Black to retire and Sentinel Capital sells Pet Supplies Plus to Franchise Group for $700 million.
Vesey Street puts Elite Body Sculpture on the block and Carlyle buys a British video game studio.
Partners Group takes a controlling stake in Idera and BayPine strikes its first platform investment in workforce education company Penn Foster.
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Carlyle preps a sale of Net Motion Software and Vestar Capital invests in Dr. Praeger’s Sensible Foods.
GTCR-backed Simpli.fi acquired Advantage Software and Bridgepoint closes in on deal to acquire Baird Capital-backed Prescient Healthcare Group.
Vista is selling Wrike to Citrix Systems for $2.25 billion and LightBay invests in Rancho Family Medical Group.
Mars Inc., pets, venture capital
CVC and CPPIB-backed Petco goes public for a third time and Thoma Bravo prices SPAC at $900 million.
Arcline is raising its second fund, targeting more than $2 billion and calling on rock star women for our annual Women in private equity project.
SFW invests in Caron Products & Services and OpenGate Capital inks deal to buy Solvay’s US and Europe amphoteric surfactant units.
Private equity, Polycom, Siris, Mitel, ERP Power, Applied Acoustics
Capital Constellation backs Avista's healthcare-focused investment business and Legends Hospitality is nearing a $1.3 billion deal with Sixth Street Partners.

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