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Wrap Up

First Half of 2014 Best for M&A in 3 Years
Positive predictions for 2014 are coming true, with the first six months of the year generating more deals than the same periods in 2012 and 2013

People Moves of the Week

BTIG, D.A. Davidson, KeyBanc
BTIG taps two former Lazard execs; D.A. Davidson launches real estate team; KeyBanc drafts Anne-Marie Peterson to the firm's leveraged finance team

REAL ESTATE

BET Founder Continues Picking Up Hotels
RLJ Lodging, founded by Robert L. Johnson, recently paid about $50M for an Atlanta Hyatt

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News

Architecture Firm Foster + Partners Buys Back Stake from 3i


The firm, which designed Apple's U.S. headquarters and airports in Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar and Panama, as well as Millennium Bridge in London, is transitioning to a partnership model

Turnaround Tuesday: WPCS Defaults on Note Terms


The engineering company and bitcoin trading service developer has been selling assets, including operations in Seattle, to increase working capital

4 Oil Services Companies Combine into Nine Energy


The new company plans to grow through more acquisitions

Enerflex Pays $430M for Axip International Business in Latest Energy Services Deal


The deal follows oil and gas services acquisitions by Ferrellgas Partners and WSP Global

CapStreet Closes $340M Lower Middle-Market Fund


The news comes as private equity firms are seeing the best fundraising climate in years. Pictured: George Kelly, CapStreet chairman

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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

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

Q2 2013:
Deal Flow Still Slow, but Hope Springs Eternal


Transaction closes are still taking a pause from the frenzied fourth quarter, but dealmakers say they’re starting to see an uptick

Pipeline Protectors


Desert NDT, an oil and gas inspection service, looks to acquire rivals across the U.S.

M&A Completions by Industry - 2012


Forty-two was the maximum number of deals for one particular sector. Find out which industry came in last with just one deal

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