J.Crew Group Inc is said to be in early stage talks with Fast Retailing Co and E. Land Group for a possible sale, according to sources.
Indiana, US-based commercial vehicle manufacturer Supreme Industries Inc is about to divest its shuttle-bus business to Elkhart-based recreational vehicle maker Forest River Inc in a deal valued at $7 million.
Citing a source, The Wall Street Journal blog Digits reported that embattled Japanese technology giant Sony has plans of selling its former headquarters in Tokyo, Japan.
Hod Hasharon, Israel-based tech startup AtriNet bought itself out of its mother company, Nokia Solutions and Network's (NSN) domestic branch, for an undisclosed amount, to launch as an independent entity and continue the network technology it had developed.
Hulu, a platform that provides video streaming services, will be divesting its Japanese unit to Nippon Television Network Corporation after three years of operations, TechCrunch reported.
Dublin, Ireland-based public investment holding company TVC Holdings offloaded 7.6 million shares in Northern Ireland-based media broadcaster UTV in a deal valued at €22.1 million, reducing its stake from 18% to 10.05%.
Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse were hired by Chinese Internet firm Sina to take care of the debut of its microblogging platform Weibo in New York, according to sources interviewed by the Financial Times.
Korea-based Kakao Corp, the company behind the highly-popular messaging and social app Kakao Talk, is readying for its initial public offering in May, BeSuccess reported.
Subiaco, Western Australia-based mining firm Balamara Resources Ltd agreed to divest three of its non-core assets located in the Balkans for A$15.2 million to focus on its flagship projects.
Beijing, China-based software company Kingsoft will sell a a 4.7% stake worth $20 million in its game developing subsidiary Westhouse to Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi.
San Francisco, California-based wearable tech firm Basis Science put itself up for sale and is currently in acquisition talks with Google, Apple, Samsung, and Microsoft, according to two sources familiar with the situation.
Soros Fund Management sold the stake it held in retailer JC Penney, liquidating 19.98 million shares, in the final quarter of last year, Reuters reported citing a regulatory filing.
Silver Lake is already in advanced talks with private equity firm HGGC LLC to exit information technology management firm Serena Software Inc, according to four sources interviewed by Reuters.
After the lockup agreements expire tomorrow, Twitter Inc's insiders will have a first chance to sell their stock. The company's shares have more than doubled since its IPO last year, Bloomberg reported.
Giant Interactive Group, a shareholder in Alibaba Group Holding, is selling a stake in the e-commerce company for about $199 million. Giant Interactive's share sale values Alibaba at roughly $128 billion.
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