In August, Thoma Bravo bought Digital Insight for around $1 billion. Yesterday, it agreed to sell it for $1.65 billion.
The largest IPOs of 2013 may not be as sexy as offerings from the latest tech darlings.
Federal Reserve's big bank stress tests go secretive.
Mike Duda is ditching his VC duds to run creative agency Johannes Leonardo. But his equity-for-service model may live on.
Oppenheimer & Co. wants to put its private equity scandal behind it. Well, sort of.
Where are the bankers involved with JPMorgan's dubious mortgage deals? At JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, and other Wall Street firms.
Banks are increasing their home equity lines of credit business, but such loans made during the housing heyday could still haunt them.
Demand for short-term loans is increasing with wider income inequality, but the market needs price competition.
Cendana Capital is known for backing seed-stage VC funds. Now it also plans to invest alongside them.
Time Inc. is being spun out of Time Warner. It isn't going to be pretty.