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Bankruptcy Thursday

February 17, 2005

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Yukos and Kremlin Duel in Texas

Bankruptcy: Yukos wants to seek bankruptcy protection in a U.S. court but creditor Deutsche Bank said Houston has no jurisdiction in the case. (Read More…)

TH Lee Putnam Cashes in on Trader

Late Stage: Technology Crossover Ventures and Summit near a buyout of electronic trading network company Liquidnet for $200 million to $300 million. (Read More…)

Cisco, Tyson Sued over Options

Regulatory: Parallel class actions filed in New York and Delaware allege manipulation of company news in relation to the award of options to executives. (Read More…)

Monsanto to Buy Emergent

Deals: The St. Louis specialist in genetically modified crops will pay $300 million for Emergent Genetics to boost its cotton business. (Read More…)

PAI Buys Bouygues Unit

Private Equity: The French firm beat out several other bidders to purchase Paris-based water treatment and distribution company Saur for $1.3B. (Read More…)

TSA Denies It Got Buyout Bids

Deals: The Omaha-based electronic payments software maker says it is not seeking a sale. (Read More…)

Telecom M&A May Boost Gearmakers

Analysis: The recently announced mergers in the telecom industry could lead counterintuitively to a rise in spending on telecom gear. (Read More…)

Gump’s Sold to VC and PE Firms

Private Equity: Recently delisted Hanover Direct sells the famous San Francisco store. (Read More…)


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