Koch Industries to buy-up remaining 30 per cent stake in Infor in deal valuing the ERP specialist it at $11bn

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Golden Gate Capital sells its 30 per cent stake in Infor to conglomerate Koch Industries

Koch Industries has scooped up the remaining 30 per cent of Infor, in a deal that values the ERP software vendor at around $11 billion - $13 billion taking into account preferred shares. Infor w...

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