Baring Private Equity Asia and Everstone Capital have emerged the front runners to acquire a controlling stake in the healthcare outsourcing division of Hinduja Global Solutions (HGS) that has been carved out by the eponymous conglomerate as part of a value unlocking exercise.The two PE funds are expected to submit a binding offer in the next one month, said people familiar with the matter. They expect the transaction, valuing the unit at $500-600 million, to be announced in the current quarter itself.Late last year, listed HGS started a formal process to hive off its healthcare BPO, a wholly owned subsidiary of the company, and mandated Barclays to run a formal process to find a buyer. The process had seen interests from bulge bracket funds including Blackstone, Carlyle, Apax and Advent.ET reported on February 18 that HGS had begun a process to dilute the stake in its healthcare arm.The worldwide healthcare BPO market is expected to cross $400 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 11%.
Wearable tech and wellness gear have come a long way since Hewlett Packard’s famous calculator wristwatch. The latest offerings in the category will keep your inner-geek chic — from jewelry that can sense COVID-19 symptoms before you do to organic bedding that will help you sleep soundly. Here’s our roundup of 2021’s most stylish wellness…
Medical Display Market to hit $3.194 billion by 2027, at CAGR of 4.90% With Top Companies Hisense Medical, HP INC.16 Mar, 11:20, OpenPR • 拡大
Increase in adoption of hybrid operating rooms, short replacement cycles of medical displays, and rise in preference for minimally invasive treatments drive the growth of the global medical display market The global medical display industry garnered $2.05 billion in 2019, and
HPQ Receives TREKHY®, First Mini-Generator Based On Clean Hydrogen Produced By Combining Water And Powder Packet - FuelCellsWorks27 Feb, 14:57, FuelCellsWorks • 拡大
Innovative silicon solutions provider HPQ Silicon Resources Inc. (“HPQ” or the “Company”), announced that it has received the TREKHY® system, a portable hydrogen-based mini-power generator, jointly developed by the French…
Yahoo Finance's Editor-at-Large Brian Sozzi tlaks with HP Inc. CEO Enrique Lores on the company's recent earnings beat as well as the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on business along with the recent ongoing chip shortage.
HP Inc. beats with Q1 revenue of $15.65B, up 7% YoY, and says its personal systems revenue was $10.6B, up 7% YoY, with consumer devices revenue up 34% (Jordan Novet/CNBC)25 Feb, 20:30, Techmeme • 拡大
Jordan Novet / CNBC : HP Inc. beats with Q1 revenue of $15.65B, up 7% YoY, and says its personal systems revenue was $10.6B, up 7% YoY, with consumer devices revenue up 34% — - HP stock was halted as shares suddenly rose. Then the company issued its quarterly earnings report, and shares moved higher when they resumed trading.
HP Inc. stock rising: fiscal Q1 results, forecast beat expectations on huge consumer PC increase | ZDNet↳ 20:10, ZDNet • 拡大
HP said its PC group saw revenue jump 7%, with a 34% rise in commercial sales.
Sunbury-on-Thames, UK: Kingston Technology Europe Co LLP, an affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., a world leader in memory products and technology solutions, today announced a definitive…
Transaction to accelerate HP’s growth in peripherals and expand its gaming ecosystem
Mumbai: Private equity firm Carlyle Group has emerged as a probable frontrunner to acquire Mphasis Ltd. from Blackstone Group, in what could be the largest buyout in the Indian IT space, according to people familiar with the development.Carlyle is negotiating with a clutch of overseas banks and a pension fund—Deutsche Bank, Barclays, Standard Chartered Bank, Nomura, and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board—to finance the acquisition. While a unit of the Canadian pension fund is likely to offer mezzanine debt, others are likely to come on board as senior lenders.JP Morgan, which is advising the fund, might join the consortium. 81163270Other SuitorsET had on Jan. 4 reported that Brookfield, Bain & Co, Carlyle and Permira were queueing up for a likely $3 billion Mphasis buyout. They are still in the race, but a decision is yet to be taken, one person aware of the matter said.It is possible that two of the contenders might team up to make a bid, and some of the limited partners of these funds—Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) or GIC of Singapore—may step in as well, said sources close to Blackstone.
HP Inc and Black History Month - action and progress.
During her two decades with HP Inc, Myers served as Global Controller and Americas CFO of the company’s Personal Systems business unit, among other roles.
Worldwide Hardcopy Peripherals & Printing Consumables Industry to 2026 - Printing Ink to Dominate the Market - ResearchAndMarkets.com↳ 10:59, Business Wire • 拡大
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Hardcopy Peripherals & Printing Consumables Market - Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact, and Forecasts (2021 - 2026)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The Hardcopy Peripherals & Printing Consumables Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7% over the forecast period 2021 to 2026. Companies Mentioned HP Inc Canon Inc. Seiko Epson Corporation Brother Industries Ltd. Xerox Corporation Kyocera Corporation Key Market Trends Printing Ink t
PC and printer major HP Inc has appointed company veteran Marie Myers as Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
PC and Printer major HP Inc has appointed company veteran Marie Myers as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). During her two decades with HP Inc, Myers served as Global Controller and Americas CFO of the company’s Personal Systems business unit, among other roles. In addition, she served as HP’s finance lead during the separation of Hewlett-Packard […]
Myers had been acting as both CFO and transformation officer since October when the company's CFO, Steve Fieler, departed for a job at Google.
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