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Golden Gate Likely to Take Ownership as PacSun Files for Bankruptcy

Pacific Sunwear has opted to file for bankruptcy to implement a reorganization plan backed by San Francisco's Golden Gate Capitals.

Thomas H. Lee-Backed Systems Maintenance Services Taps Investment Bank for Potential Sale

Thomas H. Lee Partners has tapped William Blair & Co. to explore a potential sale of Systems Maintenance Services.

Aeropostale's Stock Unravels on Poor Fourth Quarter Results

Struggling mall-based retailer Aéropostale Inc. ARO has brought in advisers to help it explore a sale or restructuring, reports The Deal's Jamie Mason.

Diamond Resorts International Is a Likely LBO Candidate

Timeshare company Diamond Resorts International is a likely candidate to go private as a result of a previously announced strategic review.

Bankrupt Sports Authority to Shutter Up to 200 Troubled Stores

Sports Authority filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday after the sporting goods retailer failed to overcome competitors on both the traditional and online fronts.

The Biggest Lesson Private Equity is Teaching Public Companies

Private equity provides some interesting opportunities for long term investors in the current investing climate, according to one wealth advisor.

BDCs, Covered Call ETFs Too Cheap to Ignore

Business development companies have been hit hard in the past two years due to worries about rising rates and a slowing economy.

McKesson to Pay $1.2 Billion for Pair of Oncology Businesses

McKesson revealed Thursday a pair of acquisitions that will grow its oncology business.

Retail Group Chico's May Be a Target for Activist Investors

Women's clothing retailer Chico's may soon find itself in the cross-hairs of an activist campaign.

Ingram Micro Taken Private by Tianjin Tianhai Investment in $6B Deal

Ingram Micro has agreed to a $6 billion dollar buyout by China's Tianjin Tianhai Investment Co., underscoring china's growing appetite for us technology companies.