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CohnReznick, MB Business, WeiserMazars
CohnReznick names Frank Longobardi CEO; MB Business expands in Southwest; WeiserMazars promotes seven


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JP Morgan Chase's One Equity PE Group Checks Out 3M's Innovative Library Systems Business

3M's strategic review also resulted in the sale of its French license plate manufacturing business

Aberdeen Closes Lower Middle Market PE Fund

ADV Partners and Accel-KKR have also recently raised funds

Kaman Adds Timken Alcor Aerospace, as Demand Accelerates for Aircraft Parts

The purchase follows Heico's deal for Aerospace & Commercial Technologies and Precision Castparts by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway

Skyworks Agrees to Buy PMC-Sierra

The move follows recent similar deals from Dialog, Intel and Avago

Regulation & Technology Drive Credit Union Mergers

Consolidation is inevitable for credit unions looking to bring members better services, says TruStone Financial CEO Tim Bosiacki

Bunge Adds Cooking Oil with Whole Harvest Foods

The purchase follows deals made by Land O'Lakes, Wilbur-Ellis and El Du Pont

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People Moves of the Week: CohnReznick, MB Business, WeiserMazars

CohnReznick names Frank Longobardi CEO; MB Business expands in Southwest; WeiserMazars promotes seven

GE to Sell Corporate-Aircraft Finance Business to Global Jet

The sale continues Jeffrey Immelt's plan to divest alternative investment assets

Newell Rubbermaid Sticks Elmer’s Deal, as The company Continues to Restructure Portfolio

The Rubbermaid food storage product maker will also look to divest the Levolor and Kirsch window shades brands

American Apparel Files for Bankruptcy, Plans Debt-Equity Swap

The retailer is plagued by steep sales declines following the ouster of founder Dov Charney, who is suing the business

Agriculture Acquirers Feed on Crop Protection

Farmers are expected to feed more people than ever, shifting crop protection companies into the takeover spotlight

The Weekly Wrap: ComScore, Masonite, Tyler Technologies

ComScore buys Rentrak; Masonite purchases USA Wood Door; Tyler Technologies adds New World Systems

3 Companies For Sale

See which companies hit the auction block this week, including Haliburton and Elmer's Products

Latest PE Fundraising Efforts

See which private equity firms are raising capital including, Blackstone, Carlyle and Summit

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