Buoyed by favorable equity markets in 2013 going into 2014, strategics showed a strong deal appetite in the first half of 2014, winning a number of big name auctions.
Though the legal software company adds a director to its board, fund still wants to see a sale.
Rick Perna, who got his start at SocGen 17 years ago, joins former NFL player Andrew Kline at the Los Angeles boutique investment bank.
Italian soccer club Bologna Football Club 1909 has found a new majority owner.
Inversion transactions have become a politically controversial topic this year, and the U.S. Treasury Department's Sept. 22 announcement garnered significant attention.
Part of the issue is the nature of the fines which are being described as “soft money”—meaning it isn’t cash paid out of the banks’ pockets.
Although the Ray Rice scandal has taken over the sports headlines, there have been a number of deals announced this week in the sports arena.
Industry source say the sale of Bruce Levenson's stake in the Atlanta Hawks basketball franchise will be the polar opposite of the now infamous Clippers process.
Bioscrip has been divesting assets for a year now, but the health services company could find itself a target for both large strategic and financial players.
The Canadian financial services company expands its footprint in the animal health business by buying Pethealth, which spent only weeks on the auction block.