QuantaLife, one of the nation’s most promising life sciences companies, was purchased this week by Bio-Rad Laboratories for $162 million – marking another successful exit for Paladin Capital Group. Paladin helped nurture QuantaLife from a tiny startup with a great idea to a dynamic company that is helping to accelerate the search for causes, cures and diagnostics for many important diseases, including cancer, HIV and genetic birth defects.
CyberCore Technologies (“CyberCore”), a leading provider of information technology services to the federal government and intelligence community with expertise in cyber security, systems integration and secure supply chain management, today announced that the Paladin Capital Group has made an investment in the company. The investment comes after Cybercore was acquired by Moelis Capital Partners (MCP), the private equity business affiliated with Moelis & Company, in July.
East Aurora, NY – Moog Inc. (NYSE: MOG.A and MOG.B) announced today that it has acquired Crossbow Technology Inc. Crossbow, headquartered in Milpitas, CA, is a designer and manufacturer of acceleration sensors that are integrated into inertial navigation and guidance systems. The products are used in a variety of aerospace, defense and transportation applications. The purchase price is approximately $32 million, net of Crossbow’s cash balances.
Data protection vendor reaches its highest Q1 revenue yet, seeing a 45 percent increase from Q1 2010 COLUMBIA, S.C., April 27, 2011 ––Unitrends, an innovator in all-in-one backup and disaster recovery solutions, today reports unprecedented 2011 Q1 results.Unitrends...
Former DNI, DIA director Lt. Gen. Kenneth Minihan, Joint Chiefs Vice Chairman Gen. James Cartwright receive honors April 2