Alibaba Group Holding's revenue has accelerated just in time before launching its public debut, reported ET.
MPC Synergy Real Estate, a private equity firm that formed a joint venture with Akme Projects, will be exiting its investments in the India- based firm, according to sources interviewed by The Economic Times.
Private equity group 3i said it was able to close exits worth £29 million or $48 million in the final quarter of last year, bringing its overall proceeds for the year to £557 million, Reuters reported.
Google Ventures released its year-end data and, and TechCrunch noted that it has done tremendously, quieting critics who had said that the investment arm of Google Inc had not secured any major deals like with Twitter and Pinterest.
An article on Bloomberg provided its observations on how the stock rally had influenced the increasing number of initial public offerings on the Japan bourse starting this year.
Warburg Pincus sells off its shares in Transapacific Industries Group.
Eurobank Ergasias SA failed to meet it capital requirements may now be force to sell shares at losing price.
In an announcement, after completion of a previous second lien loan, Bacchus Capital Management exits Bob Lundquist's Quepe Wines.
Retail buyouts and mergers lead by foreign exchange market broker FXCM Inc had been seen proliferating in the midst of closures of some of the biggest hedge funds in the US and European Union.
Private equity exits in India had doubled amid the weakened currency, unstable market capital and poor macro-economic conditions.
The UK government announced to float Royal Mail, a 360 year old postal service company, next month and launch initial public offering by October.
India's biggest producer Tata Steel is looking for a comeback with a 30% rise in share price this year, prompting an industry observer to suggest that investors sell their Tata stake now.
A decrease in foreign-owned Swiss banks continue due to investors withdrawal of their money and taxes that were not paid accordingly.
Noki Oyj agreed to buy the stakes of Siemens AG in the Nokia Siemens Network according to sources.
Brevan Howard's trader who was supposedly involved in Libor investigation left the hedge fund.