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Mergers and Acquisitions

After the Buyout Hr's Rising Equity

October 4, 2007
The private equity boom may have peaked, but one of its legacies is that investors recognize the value of human resources execs who know their financials and can help overhaul the workforce, revamp compensation and act as a mediator between unions and the company’s new owners.
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Kronos Enjoys Its Private Life, Expands Abroad

August 10, 2007
In June, investors led by private equity firm Hellman & Friedman completed their $1.8 billion takeover of Kronos, removing it from the Nasdaq stock exchange. Two days later, Kronos announced it had acquired European HR software firm Captor.
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Kronos Enjoys its Private Life, Expands Abroad

July 30, 2007
Kronos may be out of Wall Street’s spotlight, but the HR software firm is still making attention-getting moves. In June, Kronos went private. Two days later, Kronos announced it had acquired European HR software firm Captor.
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ACS, Ceridian Might Be Back in Play for Bidding

June 13, 2007
Board of directors is ‘considering strategic alternatives available to the company, including a potential sale of the company, that it considers to be in the best interest of the company and its stockholders.’
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