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Corel purchases Parallels as corporates exit
Cisco and Ingram Micro are among the investors in virtualisation software producer Parallels, which has been acquired by Corel for an undisclosed sum.
YouGov completes purchase
YouGov has purchased the AI-powered social analytics startup, one of its portfolio companies, to broaden its social monitoring and data science analytics tools.
Luxtera lucks out with $660m Cisco acquisition
Tokyo Electron is set to exit optical transceiver producer Luxtera after Cisco has confirmed it intends to pay $660m to buy the company.
Walker catches Procter & Gamble's eye
GV has exited POC-focused health and beauty product manufacturer Walker and Company in an acquisition of undisclosed size by Procter & Gamble.
Farfetch runs to $250m Stadium Goods acquisition
The fashion e-commerce platform has agreed to buy Stadium Goods less than two years after its $4.6m series A round, handing exits to LMVH and Chernin Group.
Cisco lines up nine-figure Luxtera acquisition
Cisco has reportedly outbid others and is set to buy Tokyo Electron-backed semiconductor technology developer Luxtera for hundreds of millions of dollars.
Prinzio goes to Gogoprint
Thailand-headquartered GogoPrint has bought Indonesia-based counterpart Prinzio, enabling a third printing services provider, Raksul, to exit.
Tripping arrives at HomeToGo
HomeToGo has acquired Recruit-backed holiday home rental platform Tripping for an undisclosed sum, while also raising an amount likely to be about $120m.
ResMed procures Propeller for $225m
The acquisition of respiratory management system developer Propeller Health will provide exits for McKesson, Aptar Pharma, Hikma, GlaxoSmithKline, Walgreens and 3M.
Bustle forks out $5m to buy Mic Network
Bustle has agreed to buy Mic for $5m, marking a significant down valuation for the news publisher backed by Axel Springer, Hakuhodo, You & Mr Jones, Time Warner and WPP.

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