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Canada Pension Plan to Acquire Neiman Marcus Despite IPO Registry

In July, the distinguished luxury retailer Neiman Marcus registered for an initial public offering. The current owners of the department store chain are a group of investors led by private equity firms TPG Capital L.P. and Warburg Pincus LLC. In response to losses in Neiman’s credit facilities, according to Reuters, the group had been seeking a non-public buyer among private equity firms and even sovereign wealth funds, but the offers did not meet price expectations. Those efforts were exhausted, and an IPO seemed to be the best remaining option. More >

For $340 Million, Globecomm Allows Wasserstein to Take it Private

Wasserstein & Co., the private equity firm founded by the late Bruce Wasserstein who also bought New York magazine in 2003, has made a deal to acquire satellite communications giant Globecomm Systems Inc. and take the firm private sometime in the fourth quarter of this year. Wasserstein & Co. was founded in 2001 and is known for making substantial merger and acquisition deals, including one worth $3 billion. More >

BlackBerry Ltd. Exploring a Sale, Joint Venture or Going Private

After stories by Reuters and Bloomberg last week sent rumors swirling about the company’s future, this week BlackBerry Ltd. (formerly Research in Motion) clarified an announcement made last year that the company is considering a variety of “strategic alternatives.” Those alternatives reportedly include a potential sale of the business or its assets, the organization of an unspecified joint venture, or the possibility of repurchasing its stock in an effort to take the company private. The difference between last week’s rumor and this week’s announcement is that BlackBerry has now appointed a special committee of its board of directors to oversee the implementation of whichever alternative is chosen. More >

Weighing Going Private or Sale to Carl Icahn, Dell Cuts Off Info

As Dell Inc. considers its future after a massive loss in value over the past decade, the question may fundamentally be this: are the company's problems are the result of poor leadership or a relatively straightforward matter of shedding its stock obligations? More >

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