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KKR commits $1 billion to building a European data center platform while MiddleGround Capital acquired Supra Alloys and EDGE International.
Keysight Technologies is acquiring Carlyle-backed Eggplant Software and Liquidnet goes on the block.
Advent stalls its take-private buyout of Forescout while Carlyle and GIC may be able to walk away from a deal with American Express GBT.
GGC forms a new marketing tech company Dreamscape and OMERS' new head of global private equity wants to safeguard the portfolio amid the pandemic downturn.
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A group of mid-market PE firms invest in an eLearning company and BV Investments backs StraighterLine, an edtech company.
Open Systems international attracts private equity suitors and two well-known legislators seek an M&A ban during the pandemic.
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A new survey reveals that many tech companies haven’t been hit too hard by the COVID-19 downturn and Edison Partners backs legal tech.
KKR issues a warning about COVID-19's adverse effects on its business and TPG merges three companies to form a software platform.
SBA loans are getting pullback from banks and KKR forms a $50 million pandemic relief fund
Weighing how the CARES Act will affect private equity-backed companies and HGGC makes an acquisition in a market that seems pandemic-immune.
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