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Wrap Up

M&A Rose in Q3
The first three quarters of the year delivered the highest middle-market deal value for the period in five years

Experts Corner:

Growth in Construction Sector Spurs M&A
The construction products industry is fragmented, making it ripe for consolidation, explains Ridgemont Equity Partners’ Rob Edwards

The Buyside

Tax-Inversion Deals Increase Despite Criticism
Canada's 26.5 percent corporate tax rate is luring Burger King to ditch Miami headquarters

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News

3 Companies for Sale


See which companies have recently hit the auction block, including Sears Hometown & Outlet and NutriSystem

Apollo-backed Chuck E. Cheese Picks Up Peter Piper Pizza


The announcement comes during an upswing in restaurant M&A

Turnaround Tuesday: Struggling Supplements Group RiceBran Raises $6M


The capital comes on top of $20M raised previously, which helped RiceBran make an acquisition in January

JAB Pays $374M to Take Einstein Bros. Bagels Private


Merchant bank BDT Capital is making a minority investment in the deal

Turnaround Tuesday: Struggling Owner of Marley Coffee Hopes to Increase Sales


Jammin Java has incurred an $18.7M deficit while increasing sales

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Articles

Top Mid-Market Deals Completed in 2013 by Industry


In transactions worth $1 billion or less, the most active sub-sectors in 2013 were real estate; business services; oil and gas; prepackaged software; and hotels and casinos

Private Equity Perspective: From Wine What Sudden Friendship Springs


Hundreds of dealmakers will share wine and networking at ACG New York's gala on Nov. 20

Q3: Middle-Market M&A Turns Down a Notch


While a global tally shows a slight uptick, U.S. deals below $1 billion still lag

2. Campbell Soup


The food distributor made several acquisitions that propelled it beyond the soup business and into other growing segments

Snack Time


Sweeping shifts in U.S. lifestyles propel a wave of food and beverage deals

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