The arts and craft retailer raises $472 million in the offering, but its private equity owners -- Bain Capital and Blackstone -- have already reaped a $714 million dividend.
Warren Buffett’s BNSF and Canadian Pacific Railway gets U.S. deadline to solve grain backlog (Financial Post) Warren Buffett’s BNSF Railway Co. and Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. face a June 27 deadline to say how they will clear a backlog of grain shipments that has some farmers fuming over rotting wheat and late deliveries. The U.S. Surface […]
The average financial adviser in the United States is older than 50. | A longtime managing director at Bain Capital is starting a new investment fund. | The law at the heart of the latest Christie inquiry. | The publisher Hachette has agreed to buy Perseus.
Andrew B. Balson, a longtime managing director at Bain Capital, has left to start a new investment fund to be based in Boston.
A look at the hottest deals, business moves and upstart entrepreneurs for June 18 from around the country, as reported by The Business Journals and other local business publications. Deals and money plays Boston… Bain Capital Ventures...Show More Summary
Bain Capital Ventures only needed two months to raise $850 million for its latest two funds. The firm began fundraising for its $650 million BCV 2014 investment vehicle and a $200 million coinvestment fund on April 2nd and had wrapped up financing for the two funds by June 6th, according to document shown to TechCrunch. Show More Summary
The new pool of money for Bain Capital Ventures, an affiliate of the private equity firm Bain Capital, is intended to allow the fund to make bigger investments in more mature companies.
While fighting a lawsuit that accused them of illegal collusion on buyouts, the biggest private equity firms adopted a strategy of sticking together. But after collective settlement talks broke down, Bain Capital and Goldman Sachs broke ranks and struck their own deals, ratcheting up the pressure on the other firms.
Mark Nunnelly, 55, a longtime managing director of Bain Capital, will continue to serve on the boards of a number of Bain's portfolio companies.
What's the scarcest resource for any company? There are classically one of three answers: A) Capital B) Chairs C) Time According to Michael Mankins and his colleagues at Bain, the answer is time. Digging into a "decade's worth of data"...Show More Summary
Manhattan's median apartment rent hit a five-year high of $3,300 in the first quarter of 2014, according to a new report. Goldman Sachs and Bain Capital have agreed to settle for $121 million a... To view the full story, click the title link.
Phil Mickelson did not trade in shares of Clorox as Carl C. Icahn was mounting a takeover bid for the company in 2011. | For Goldman, Alibaba is a symbol of what could have been. | Goldman and Bain Capital agreed to end a lawsuit involving the “club deal.” | Hillshire's conundrum.
Goldman Sachs and Bain Capital have agreed to settle a lawsuit involving the "club deal," a popular takeover tactic during the buyout boom, while several of private equity's biggest firms are scheduled for trial in the case.
Concurrent, a San Francisco-based startup working to simplify the development of applications atop Hadoop, announced on Monday that it has raised $10 million in Series B financing led by new investor Bain Capital Ventures. Existing backers Rembrandt Ventures and True … Continue reading ?
Big data startup Concurrent has raised a $10 million series B round of venture capital from Bain Capital Ventures, Rembrandt Ventures and True Ventures (Disclosure: True Ventures is also an investor in Gigaom). The company actually made its name building and supporting Cascading, a framework that many folks use to […]
Apixio has raised a $13.5 million series C round of venture capital from Bain Capital Ventures and several angel investors. The company’s technology extracts data from numerous types of medical records, including patient charts and doctors’ notes, in order to help hospitals and insurance companies get a better sense […]
After assailing Mitt Romney's tenure at Bain Capital for much of the 2012 presidential campaign, President Barack Obama golfed last Saturday with a Bain lobbyist. According to Politico, Obama golfed with Joe O’Neill, described as "aShow More Summary
When I attended ATypI 2010 “The Word” in Dublin the conference closed with one of the fabulous lettering walks hosted by Phil Baines and Catherine Dixon. It was abundantly clear to the participants that the Irish capital has a rich history of hand painted signs decorating the city. The documentary short Gentlemen of Letters – [...]
(Credit: vasta) Staples employees making minimum wage will be performing the tasks of the Postal Union workers while earning neither pensions nor benefits.
The 109th United States Congress held a vote back in 2006 that did irreparable harm to one of the largest unions in the country and one of the most functional institutes of our government. A Republican Congress—acting at the behest of the Bush-Cheney administration—enacted a law that required the postal service to “pre-fund” retiree health benefits seventy-five years into […]