Private Equity News

Wiser has created a specially tailored email digest to help you stay up-to-date with the latest private equity news. It contains articles from the best sources on the internet. Private equity is a market that continues to grow as investors increasingly seek opportunities that offer better returns than other forms of investment. Private equity companies make investments in business that are not listed on the stock market, or investments that result in a business being de-listed. They then work to improve and develop the company to either sell it at a profit or institute an IPO. Venture capital investments and growth investments are two categories of private equity investments that are continuing to grow. The free Wiser private equity news email brings you the latest information on the industry, including analysis and details of recent buyouts or exits. The articles come from the best resources on the internet and are delivered in an easy to read format.

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Toshiba's board has reportedly agreed to sell its memory chip business for $18.9 billion
Business Insider • Sam Shead
Sabra Health Care REIT to buy 49 pct of Enlivant joint ventures
peHub News • Luisa Beltran
Toshiba reportedly rejects Foxconn and WD bids in favor of Bain, with $3B Apple stake
9to5Mac • Ben Lovejoy
If You Like Pancakes, You'll Like This Net Lease REIT
Seeking Alpha • Brad Thomas
Whittard joins WestBridge Capital
peHub News • Luisa Beltran
Wasser joins Financial Technology Partners
peHub News • Luisa Beltran
PE HUB First Read
peHub News • Iris Dorbian
Veritas must reassure APAC customers about private equity ownership
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Apple Inc, Bain Capital
Toshiba's board has reportedly agreed to sell its memory chip business for $18.9 billion
Business InsiderSam Shead
Toshiba's board has agreed to sell the company's Nand flash memory chip business for ¥2.1 trillion ($18.9 billion) to a consortium that includes private equity group Bain Capital and Apple, The Financial Times reports. At least $3 billion (£2.2 billion) will reportedly...
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Finance, Financial Regulatory Bodies
Sabra Health Care REIT to buy 49 pct of Enlivant joint ventures
peHub NewsLuisa Beltran
Sabra Health Care REIT Inc has agreed to buy a 49 percent stake in senior housing joint ventures managed by Enlivant for $371 million. Enlivant, backed by TPG Real Estate, will retain 51 percent. The Enlivant joint ventures own 183 senior housing...
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Apple Inc, Bain Capital
Toshiba reportedly rejects Foxconn and WD bids in favor of Bain, with $3B Apple stake
9to5MacBen Lovejoy
The long-running saga of the sale of Toshiba’s chip division appears to be finally drawing to a close. It’s today reported that Toshiba has now ended negotiations with two of the three competing bidders, leaving only the one led by Bain Capital...
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Finance, Investment Industry
If You Like Pancakes, You'll Like This Net Lease REIT
Seeking AlphaBrad Thomas
Summary It's clear that GOOD is no Realty Income. It’s important to remember that GOOD invests in primarily office properties and this adds another layer of risk. My biggest concern with GOOD is the dividend coverage. Although I don’t like the GOOD...
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Finance, Investment Industry
Whittard joins WestBridge Capital
peHub NewsLuisa Beltran
Tim Whittard has joined WestBridge Capital as the firm’s investment director. Whittard spent the last five years at BGF plc. PRESS RELEASE WESTBRIDGE Capital has appointed a new Investment Director as it gears up for growth. Tim Whittard joins WestBridge after spending...
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Banking, Finance
Wasser joins Financial Technology Partners
peHub NewsLuisa Beltran
Financial Technology Partners said Sept. 20 that Melissa Wasser has joined the firm as a director & head of private capital markets. Wasser spent the last decade at Goldman Sachs where she most recently served as a senior banker in the global...
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Private Equity, Venture Capital
PE HUB First Read
peHub NewsIris Dorbian
Mexico City earthquake has killed more than 200 people. Amazon is working on Alexa-powered smart glasses. Finally. Toshiba has picked a Bain-led group to buy its prized memory chip unit. The NVCA has sued the Trump administration over its immigration rule. Linda...
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Private Equity, Symantec Corp
Veritas must reassure APAC customers about private equity ownership
Smart PlanetEileen Yu
Veritas Technologies has kept up a busy product roadmap since its split from Symantec early last year, but its ownership under a private equity firm has led to questions about its commitment to long-term product development. According to Forrester's senior analysts Naveen...
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Bain Capital, Finance
​Five things you need to know today, and one man's effort to save Benny's
The Business JournalsDoug Banks
G ood morning , Boston. H ere are the five most important things to know in Boston business news today. Bain Capital's Toys 'R' Us play ends up backfiring with bankruptcy Greg Ryan reports that Boston-based private equity firm Bain Capital is...
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Entrepreneurship, Finance
Uncover these latest tech trends at Tech in Asia Tokyo 2017
Tech in AsiaLuigi Leonardo
Tokyo 2017 hosts one of the greatest meeting of the minds in the startup scene—wisdom is passed, ideas are heard, shoulders are rubbed. The two-day conference welcomes anyone interested in the startup scene – yes, even if you’re not a startup guy....
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