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Kaseya is valued at $1.75 billion following its latest fundraising round.

Kaseya, a US technology company backed by the Irish State, is to create more jobs in Dublin after raising more than $500 million (€446 million) in a n(...)

Actors Felicity Huffman (left) and  Lori Loughlin are among those charged in a cheating scandalls in US higher education. Photographs:  Lisa O’Connor  and Tommaso Boddi/AFP/Getty Images

Wealthy parents collectively paid tens of millions of dollars to buy places for their children at elite American universities, authorities have allege(...)

David Bonderman (75) is founder of private-equity giant TPG Holdings. Photograph: Reuters

Ryanair’s chairman of more than two decades, US billionaire David Bonderman, is facing increasing opposition to his re-election at the discount carrie(...)

Vodafone Australia has agreed a deal to merge with TPG Telecom. Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

Australia’s TPG Telecom has agreed a merger with Vodafone Group’s Australian business, easing competition in the cut-throat sector and buying scale to(...)

 Cushman and Wakefield has failed to inspire investors in the weeks since its August 2nd debut.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Cushman and Wakefield Plc, the biggest US real estate listing since January, will get a chance to rebound from a sluggish debut with a round of analys(...)

Uber’s new chief executive, Dara Khosrowshahi, who helped negotiate the lucrative deal.  Photograph: Lucas Jackson/Reuters/File Photo

A consortium led by SoftBank Group will buy a large number of shares of Uber Technologies in a deal that values the ride-services firm at $48 billion,(...)

Vice Media’s latest investment values it at $5.7bn

If proof were needed that the fortunes of old and new media companies are rapidly diverging, it could be found this week when Vice Media secured a $45(...)

While the company received a $4.9 million credit in 2015, this is lower than the $5.3 million credit received in 2014, a year in which the unit made more from tax credits than it did in profits

The Irish-based research and development arm of computer chip giant Intel received a $4.9 million R&D tax credit in 2015, a year in which profits (...)

Companies join forces as they bet that demand for broadband internet services will continue to grow

TPG, the US private equity group, joined the deal frenzy that has swept through America’s regional cable and broadband providers as it agreed to acqui(...)

It’s understood that Richard Broadbent, non-executive chairman of Tesco Plc, would consider resigning once an investigation into the company’s accounting practices is complete. (Photograph: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg)

Tesco is understood to have asked a fifth senior executive to step aside as it investigates an estimated £250 million over-statement of its first-half(...)

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