Cambodia’s Phnom Penh SEZ get SEC approval for listing, to raise up to $11.6m

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Based on the indicative offer price, the IPO would raise between $8.12 million and $11.6 million. The total market capitalization of Phnom Penh SEZ would be from approximately $40.5 to $57.88 million.

Daily Mail parent in talks with PE firms for Yahoo’s core business: WSJ

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In the other scenario, the private-equity firm would acquire Yahoo’s core web business and merge its media and news properties with the Mail’s online operations.


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Bain Capital rebrands its business units, announces new leadership positions

The firm’s business units would be rebranded as “Bain Capital” . Sankaty Advisors will operate as Bain Capital Credit while Brookside Capital will be Bain Capital Public Equity,


Verizon plans bid for Yahoo and its Yahoo Japan stake

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Canada’s Fengate Capital Management acquires Australian power plant

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Participating in the round were global OLED panel manufacturers including Samsung Display, LG Display, Japan Display and JOLED, top tier Japanese venture capital funds, and a Japanese Government affiliated venture fund.