"Good things happen to good people." That's how Drew Dickson, the founder of London-based hedge fund Albert Bridge Capital, described Indianapolis Colts cornerback Kenny Moore at the end of a deeply personal essay that took off on Twitter after he posted it Monday. I shedded a few reading this story. Craziest day ever but glad everything worked out for Max and Chica! 1ove!
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The Firmament Group and an investment group led by Promus Equity have made an investment in Total Seal Inc, a maker of high performance piston rings and accessories primarily for racing and the automotive [...]
Structure Capital has set out to raise a $50 million venture-capital fund, according to a filing with the SEC. Structure Duomo did not report a first close. The firm invests in early-stage companies profiting [...]
LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) today announced plans to transition HPE into an as a Service company over time. This includes a commitment to provide its customers choice by offering its entire portfolio, through a range of subscription based, pay-per-use and as a Service offerings, by 2022. HPE will also continue to provide its hardware and software in a capital expenditure and license-based model, ultimately giving customers choice in consuming HPE products and se.
Battery metals focused Cobalt 27 Capital (TSXV: KBLT) has come a long way since listing on the TSX Venture Exchange in June 2017. The company...
"This conclusion was neither a rash nor a recent decision," Hockey explains. : William Hockey, co-founder, chief technology officer and president of the fast-growing fintech business Plaid, will step down next week, TechCrunch has learned. The former Bain associate (pictured above left) co-founded the startup in 2012 alongside chief executive officer Zach Perret. Today, the San Francisco-based company employs 300 with additional offices in Salt Lake City and New York. "This conclusion was neither a rash nor a recent decision," Hockey writes in a blog post shared with TechCrunch.
Grocery Outlet Holding Corp. raised on Tuesday the expected pricing range of its initial public offering, which could now value the extreme-value retailer of name-brand consumables and fresh products at up to $1.63 billion. The company said it now expects the IPO to price between $18 and $19 a share, up from a filing last week showing an expected pricing of $15 to $17 a share. The company is offering 17,187,500 shares for sale to the public, to raise up to $362.6 million.
TA Realty bought the Regions Bank building in Coral Gables, amid growing interest in the city's office Class A office market. The company paid $60 million for the property, sources said. The Boston-based firm acquired the 15-story, 146,202-square-foot Class A office building at 2800 Ponce de Leon Blvd from Regions Bank. The price equates tor $410 per square foot. TA Realty plans to change the name of the building and make significant capital improvements, according ... [more]
Aua Private Equity Acquires The Assets Of Trufood Mfg; Capital Infusion And Growth Trajectory Enhances Executive Team With Industry Leaders
NEW YORK, June 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- AUA Private Equity Partners, LLC ("AUA Private Equity") is pleased to announce it has acquired the assets of TruFood Mfg., Inc., a leading snack food contract manufacturer. AOG, LLC d/b/a TruFood Manufacturing ("TruFood" or "Company") will formulate ...