Investor Group Offers $6.9 Billion to Take BMC Private

Investor Group Offers $6.9 Billion to Take BMC Private

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New Software company BMC has agreed to be acquired by a group of four private equity firms. Bain Capital, Golden Gate Capital together, GIC Special Investments and Insight Venture Partners have offered to take BMC private at $46.25 a share, a deal that values the company at $6.9 billion, which amounts...
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