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It’s yet another acquisition of a public company by a private equity firm, and the reasons that can benefit both only grow more compelling.
Private equity buyouts, macroeconomic issues, and more sit at the heart of Monday’s most interesting market news items.
US online health publisher WebMD Health Corp’s acquisition by KKR & Co-backed Internet Brands will be financed in part by an all-loan debt structure led by Credit Suisse, according to three sources familiar ...
On a per-share basis, the New York-based company said it had profit of 43 cents. The results exceeded Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of seven analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research ...
The WebMD deal is five months after the New York-based company said it would explore strategic options amid a slowdown in advertising paid for by pharmaceutical companies. KKR will fold WebMD's websites, including WebMD.com and Medscape.com, into its Internet Brands unit, which houses sites such as DentalPlans.com and AllAboutCounseling.com.
Diagnosis: Takeover. Health information portal WebMD has sold itself to private equity group KKR, for $2.8 billion. That values the company’s shares near an all-time high since its listing in 2005, which is good going for a firm that tried and failed to sell itself in 2012, and often found itself under examination by activist…