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Suggested Topics Mike Clare, the found-er of Dreams, set himself and his wife up for life when they sold the UK's biggest bed retailer in a deal worth £222m to the private-equity firm Exponent in early March 2008. Almost exactly five years later, Mr
Two hundred jobs in Melbourne's outer east are at risk after receivers and administrators were appointed to commercial printing company Geon Group. BusinessDay understands staff have not yet been told whether the company will keep operating. PPB
www.mobilitie.com" title="Mobilitie LLC">Mobilitie LLC, a leading provider of wireless infrastructure in the United States, announced that it has raised $100 million in equity capital from Shamrock
Top 15 consumer debt purchaser in the US by the Nilson Report in 2011. Dan Shimer, Managing Director of Teakwood Capital. "Teakwood offered us ideas and different perspectives on our business, that weren’t readily apparent to us from inside
Dell is near sealing a $23-billion-dollar megadeal to take private the cash-rich but struggling computer giant as its retools for the post-PC era, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday. "Late Monday, Mr. (Michael) Dell was in talks with Microsoft
Permira Fund is probably not the only international investor interested in buying control of Given Imaging. Given Imaging, which has developed a camera in a pill for gastroenterological diagnoses, has been trying to sell the entire company over the
He was attending the China Capital Innovation Forum held by Zhongguancun Private Equity and Venture Capital Association.
Sterling Partners, based in Chicago, will take ownership of the Tulsa campus and school, which trains students for careers as aviation mechanics, pilots and technicians, among other jobs. The equity firm is buying Spartan from majority owners John A.
January 08, 2013 Teakwood Capital, a Dallas, Texas private equity firm is pleased to announce that The Whitley Printing Group, a leading Austin commercial printer,
LAP Trust a pension fund for municipal workers will acquire 15 per cent and 7.3 per cent, respectively, in Family Bank, equivalent to 52.7 million shares valued at about Sh1.6 billion. The developments are informed by the bank's future intentions to