In 2012, when the stock was trading near all-time lows, a sale attempt had fallen apart. For KKR, the acquisition will add to ... Brought to you by Crain's New York Business, Health Pulse is a subscription-only website focused on the …
adding KKR may use Fotalia as a vehicle for further acquisition. Shutterstock, in its IPO filing, cites BCC Research as projecting the stock photography market to be worth $5.1 billion by 2013. It made a $21.8 million profit on $120.2 …
Our senior management team is most impressed by KKR's global franchise and its strong local track record in China." Listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 2009, CCBC runs the largest cord blood-banking network in terms of …
For the past three years KKR has been banging on another set of doors: those of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). After filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) this week, KKR is expected to transfer its current …
KKR will pay $66.50 per share, a premium of 20.5 percent to WebMD’s Friday closing and 33 percent higher than the stock’s trading price at the start of the year. WebMD’s shares were trading at $65.98, just shy of the offer. Analysts …
KKR will pay $66.50 per share, a premium of 20.5 percent to WebMD's Friday closing and 33 percent higher than the stock's trading price at the start of the year. WebMD's shares closed up 20 percent at $66.10, just shy of the offer …
(Reuters) -- Buyout firms KKR & Co. LP (KKR.N), Thoma Bravo LLC and Vista Equity ... Dell was set to pay EMC shareholders $24.05 per share in cash and a special stock that tracks the common shares of VMware. VMware is a …
The four new shareholders in Expro, which will also include KKR and Park Square, will exchange roughly $800m ... Expro is now based in Reading and until 2014 was targeting a stock market listing or sale that could have valued it at £3bn.
The stock closed down $1 at $36.80. Mr Chidgey believes KKR's offer is aimed mostly at balance sheet restructuring and corporate cost-cutting, rather than a broader consolidation strategy across the Australian wealth management sector.
WebMD Health Corp. confirmed today that KKR’s Internet Brands has offered to pay $2.8 billion ... which was a day before it announced plans to consider “strategic alternatives.” WebMD’s stock jumped 18.68 percent to $65.75 after the deal …