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Procera Networks' exploring a sale

Procera Networks Inc. (PKT), under attack from activist shareholders, has tapped Stifel Financial Corp. to shop the business, according to three sources familiar with the situation. Video

Healthcare data provider Emdeon interviews banks for IPO

The company, owned by Blackstone and Hellman and Friedman, could go public with a market cap of up to $5.4 billion. Video

Minor league sports gain a financial following of their own

With valuations of professional sports teams reaching astronomical highs due to large media deals of major league sports teams, investors with a sports itch that needs to be scratched are looking to smaller deals, and leagues, for ownership opportunities. Video

Stratose taps Piper Jaffray for a sale

The company provides cost containment solutions for medical, dental and workers′ compensation claims using technological applications. With an estimated Ebitda of $20 million to $30 million, the sale could pull in up to $400 million Video

Regal Entertainment takes itself off the block

The movie theater chain didn't the bids its executives were seeking, so the company ended its auction. Now Regal could look for acquisition opportunities. Video

The founder of Prattle Analytics talks about trading the Fed

Evan Schnidman, the founder of Prattle Analytics, has developed a quantitative model that tells hedge funds and other asset managers how they should trade Federal Reserve commentary. Video

Adveq's Sanjay Gupta discusses co-investment outlook

Adveq Management US Inc. executive director Sanjay Gupta discussed his outlook for co-investments in 2015. Gupta talked about the factors driving co-investment activity and how Adveq is positioning itself. Gupta heads Adveq's Opportunity program. Video

What could OGX's restructuring mean for the oil and gas industry?

OGX Petróleo e Gás Participações SA (OGXP3), a major oil and gas company restructuring in Brazil, has garnered plenty of attention-and not only because it has $5 billion in debt. The company is also linked to notorious Brazilian businessman Eike Batista, who is currently facing numerous criminal charges in his home country. Brown Rudnick LLP partner William R. Baldiga, who represents a group of OGX's minority bondholders, discusses the status of the company's restructuring and what comes next. The minority bondholders had previously contended that deals related to the company's restructuring were reached without their consent. Video

Following Body Central, expect more retail bankruptcies in 2015

Expect to see more apparel retailers struggle in 2015, following the bankruptcy filings of Delia′s and Body Central. The Deal′s senior writer Richard Collings speaks to Antony Karabus, CEO of HRC Advisory, on the kinds of retailers expected to face headwinds in 2015, particularly traditional mall apparel chains, and the reasons behind their poor performance. Video

ISS, in reversal, backs Dollar Tree-Family Dollar combination

Rival suitor Dollar General could be left without a merger partner after failing to assuage antitrust concerns surrounding its bid. Video

Amaya weighs sale of Cadillac Jack

The worlds' largest publicly traded online gaming company could garner up to $500 million if it unloads the slot machine maker. Video

HCA is ready for M&A; big hospital systems are likely targets

The Nashville, Tenn.-based operator is also on the lookout for ambulatory care facilities and physicians practices. Video

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