Carlyle and Ardian are making deals for cleaning products that are in demand during the coronavirus.
Uber and Just Eat are among those making acquisitions, as demand for food delivery soars in the pandemic.
The list includes: Brooks Brothers, J.C. Penney, J. Crew, Neiman Marcus and Lord & Taylor.
Investing in buyout funds used to come with an above average chance that future returns would outstrip peers.
The virtual events industry is expected to be worth more than $750 billion by 2030, according to Trends Exchange.
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Buffalo uses analytics and artificial intelligence to detect potential cyberattacks across government agencies.
“We see significant opportunity for ongoing upgrade and retrofit activity,” says TransDigm CEO Kevin Stein.
McCormick has seen demand rise this year, as the pandemic prompts more people to cook at home.
The meal-kit company, which owns Everyplate and Green Chef, is buying competitor Factor75.
New hires and promotions, including Chris Dorn’s joining BTIG and Bhoomica Reddy’s joining Centerview Partners.
Canyon Bicycles, Lululemon and Peloton are seeing high demand in the pandemic.
Debt utilization returned to pre-Covid levels in the third quarter, but debt composition still reflected caution.
“We continue to see opportunities to acquire talented teams and franchises to further accelerate our growth strategy,” says Zynga COO Matt Bromberg in this Q&A with Mergers & Acquisitions.
Lower Middle Market is Bursting with Deal Opportunities, says Align Business CEO Dena Jalbert in this Q&A
“The lower middle market is very fragmented, comprised of thousands of smaller businesses, making it a prime candidate for consolidation in a buy-and-build strategy,” mentions Jalbert.
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