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GPT wins consolation prize in Australian REIT battle

Dexus and Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board, frontrunners in the bidding for Commonwealth Property Office Fund, agree to sell rival office assets in Melbourne and Sydney if their $3.6 billion offer prevails. Continue reading

Posted on January 7, 2014 3:26 PM

Doubling down, even on Dell

Co-investing is now pervasive in the private equity world with limited partners looking to get in on more of the upside while trimming fees. But a failure could be costly for LPs that bought greater exposure. Continue reading

Posted on November 11, 2013 12:51 PM

Yahoo! insists on no cross-talk provision

The struggling Internet company looks to prevent the bidders from joining forces as Microsoft is said to be teaming up with Silver Lake and a Canadian pension fund. Continue reading

Posted on October 20, 2011 11:01 AM

Kinetic Concepts buyout to tap mezzanine debt to replace $900M bond

Buyout target Kinetic Concepts Inc. expects to tap the mezzanine market instead of high-yield debt for the remaining $900 million in financing it needs for its $6.3 billion buyout by an investment group, according to sources familiar with the financing.The... Continue reading

Posted on October 12, 2011 8:24 AM

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Wet Seal, a struggling retailer, hires adviser to study options

The company, which already has activist Clinton Group as a major investor, brought back former CEO Ed Thomas to try to effect a turnaround. But the cash burn has continued. More video