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June 29, 2017
Forget the Forbes Midas List. We've ranked the 20 most impactful VC teams in terms of driving value for their portfolio companies.
June 28, 2017
Set to begin trading Thursday, Blue Apron has priced its public offering at $10 per share—the bottom of its revised range—in what's the first major consumer IPO since Snap debuted in March.
June 27, 2017
As customers become even more inundated with marketing materialsand get better at tuning outits harder than ever to win their attention.
Western Digital and KKR have resubmitted their bid for Toshiba's memory chip business. The bidding war for the prized unit spotlights just how rarely strategic and financial investors join forces.
Will 2017 be a banner year for unicorn IPOs? Will MA activity pick up momentum? What does the future hold for the private markets?
June 26, 2017
PitchBook data suggests that PE and M&A investors may have had enough of retail therapy.
June 25, 2017
Bain Capital and Cinven's €4.1 billion bid is in doubt amid an attempt to secure the backing of enough of Stada's shareholders. It may also be indicative of an ongoing industry trend.
June 23, 2017
Corporate acquirers of emerging tech companies know the space pretty well. After all, many of them were the hot new kids on the block once upon a time. These are the top 6 acquirers in the industry.
June 22, 2017
As businesses vie for customers in an increasingly crowded, competitive market, they can no longer rely on a basic, static list of leads to find new clients.
Private companies generally compensate independent directors with cash and/or a small amount of equity. J. Thelander Consulting has data on non-investor board compensation.
June 21, 2017
In what's been the resignation heard round the world, Uber founder Travis Kalanick has officially stepped down as CEO of the ridehailing company. Here are 7 other CEOs who have left their companies.
Apollo Global Management has raised $23.5 billion for its latest fund, surpassing Blackstone Capital Partners V as the largest buyout vehicle ever.
The Bankia and Intesa acquisitions of their smaller peers may be a harbinger of a wave of consolidation across the sector this year—but traditional lenders could have other things to worry about.
Venture capital invested in the US edtech industry is on pace for a recovery in 2017 after a significant drop last year.
The Carlyle Group has agreed to sell healthy foods chain Holland & Barrett in what's the PE industry's latest retail exit—and an increasingly rare move for the buyout giant.
One of the most notable trends among VC-backed companies is that the median time to IPO has risen dramatically over the last decade, from 4.9 years in 2006 to 8.3 years in 2016. Here are some startups that illustrate the trend.
Multiple datasets help convey why the current private equity environment may represent a new norm in terms of dealmaking, yet one of the more telling data points is the type of company that buyers are targeting.
JD.com's investment in Farfetch continues a run of Chinese backing for young European companies—particularly in VC.
Chip designer Imagination Technologies has put itself up for sale following a dispute with its largest customer Apple, highlighting the the possible downside of being a supplier to the iPhone maker.
BAWAG's upcoming IPO belies a wider trend of falling exits and European PE firms trading investments to their peers.
July 11, 2017
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