TPG and Leonard Green & Partners unload Petco, for the second time.
Home services marketplace rejects bid from IAC that values Angie's List at a price-to-earnings ratio of 46.
Bailed out by the Netherlands with 22 billion euros in 2008, ABN Amro is going back to the public markets.
Yum China will operate as a franchise, paying Yum Brands a percentage of its sales for brand rights.
The five largest third-quarter deals involved Social Finance, Uber Technologies, Fanatics, DraftKings, and GitHub.
CEO's ability to devote time to the company cited as risk factor in S-1 filing.
If the market cooperates, payments processor First Data could hit a valuation of nearly $18 billion.
The pet retailer files to become a publicly traded company again, having previously listed in 2002. It was taken private in 2006.
The iconic retailer believes growth in its market will be fueled by the growing affluence of luxury consumers in North America.
Fiat Chrysler needs the equity financing to meet its long-term goal of boosting sales by 60%.