NEW YORK, April 25 - Some major U.S. banks are privately complaining that they are getting the short end of the regulatory stick when it comes to the profitable business of lending to heavily indebted companies.
April 24 - Dell Inc Chief Executive Michael Dell is likely to sell his corporate gardening company ValleyCrest to KKR & Co LP's Brickman unit, the Financial Times reported.
April 24 - Private equity firm KKR & Co LP plans to allow investors to sell parts of their stake in buyout funds through a new private market run by Nasdaq OMX Group Inc , the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.
April 24 - Privately owned activist fund Relational Investors LLC disclosed a 9.08 percent stake in Clean Harbors Inc, saying the hazardous waste manager is "undervalued," according to a regulatory filing.
April 24 - Wall Street's self-funded regulator said brokerage firms would have to conduct their own background checks on new recruits after critics pointed to gaps in disclosures by some brokers with checkered histories.
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* Company owners sought valuations that were too rich -sources
April 24 - Private equity firm Warburg Pincus has agreed to take a majority stake in software startup PayScale, which offers compensation data to individuals and companies.
NEW YORK, April 24 (Reuters-peHUB) - The Gores Group has put Sage Automotive Interiors up for sale more than two years after buying the company, three sources said.
- Technology: Private equity firm KKR's Q1 earnings drop 3 percent on fund values
- Healthcare: UPDATE 4-Zimmer to buy Biomet for $13.35 bln in latest consolidation
- Consumer: UPDATE 1-Elizabeth Arden hires Goldman to explore sale -sources
- Energy: U.S./Canada daily earnings hits & misses April 17 - 1800 ET
- Industrials: Caterpillar-backed Neovia Logistics explores sale -sources
- M&As: UPDATE 1-WPP thumps forecasts with strong Q1 organic growth
- Bankruptcy: PRESS DIGEST- British Business - April 25
- IPOs: Bartlett and de Ruiter promoted in RBS investment bank shake-up
- Hedge Funds: Apocalypse Now? China 'bears' hope for their "told you so" moment
- Regulatory News: Utilities feel pressure for ethical coal mining push
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