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Amplify Snack Brands Sets Price Range for IPO

The company plans to sell 15 million shares of stock at $14 to $16 per share. At the mid point of that price range, the IPO would net $225 million.

Chemicals Giant Univar Prices Expanded IPO at Top of Range

Thirty-five million shares were offered at $22. The stock closed at $25.40 on its first day of trading, up 15.5%.

Talen Energy, the Third-Largest Independent Power Producer, Starts Trading

Talen Energy, the third-largest independent power producer, began trading Tuesday, as its financial sponsor Riverstone Holdings and power producer PPL Corp. completed the asset merger announced a year ago.

Ares' First-Quarter Results Miss Estimates, as It Boasts of Strong Fund-Raising Environment

While missing analysts' estimates, Ares Management said on releasing first-quarter results it will benefit from GE's exit from financial businesses -- without addressing if it would bid on those assets.

In GE Antares Action, Banks Have the Advantage Over Buyout Firms

The sale process for the sponsor finance business is already starting to reshape the world of private equity lending.

Big Asset Managers Put Up Disappointing First-Quarter Financial Results

The heady days of easy asset exits are over.

Healthcare Software Provider Evolent Health Files for IPO

The technology company, which serves the healthcare industry, will trade on the New York Stock Exchange.

Commercial Credit Unveils Terms, Major Players of Upcoming IPO

Commercial Credit, a fleet-leasing finance provider, set the range for its initial public offering Monday. It wants to sell 7.2 million shares at between $15 and $17 per share.

Vail Resorts Strikes Deal to Buy Australian Ski Resort for $136M

Vail Resorts is adding to its mountain range of properties by buying Australia's Persher Ski Resort.

How One Research Firm Cracked the Federal Reserve's Code

Prattle Analytics' Evan Schnidman goes beyond the 'briefcase indicator' in telling investors what they're doing wrong -- and how to do it right -- when listening to the central bank.

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