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The provider of Web-based financial management software is not answering calls from private equity companies, says CEO Nick Fera.
For KPMG, the deal is its ninth in the past 17 months and its fourth in the health care space over that same period.
The private equity-backed Virtu Financial is setting its initial public offering range again, nearly a year after pulling a planned listing.
One analyst increased his buyout target to $14 for the hotel operator and believes the opportunity exists for a sale since the company now has positive cash flow.
These banks are set to reach the three-year anniversary of their initial public offerings, making them potential targets amid rampant consolidation in the industry.
Wesley Edens and Marc Lasry must sell the franchise back to the NBA for a below-market $575 million if the team does not find a new home arena by 2017.
When Mikhail Prokhorov bought the Nets in 2010, the Russian billionaire proclaimed that he had a five-year plan to bring an NBA championship to the team.
Mikhail Prokhorov and his minority shareholders are shopping the struggling team but not the wildly successful arena.
Healthcare information company Emdeon is exploring a potential IPO and is holding talks with banks. An IPO could value Emdeon upwards of $5.4 billion.
With valuations of professional sports teams reaching astronomical highs, investors are looking to smaller deals, and leagues, for ownership opportunities.