Dun & Bradstreet Sold to Investor Group

Dun & Bradstreet Sold to Investor Group

Major financial news outlets recently announced that Dun & Bradstreet would be acquired by an investor group led by CC Capital, Cannea Holdings Inc. and Thomas H. Lee Partners in a transaction valued at $6.9 billion, which includes the assumption of $1.5 billion of net debt.

William P. Foley II, chairman of Cannae, said the new owners would make Dun & Bradstreet more efficient in “an increasingly data-driven world.”

Upon completion of the takeover, Dun & Bradstreet will become a privately held company.

For more details, read this feature from Bloomberg.

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