Kioxia Holdings, the Japanese flash memory business that a Bain Capital-led consortium acquired from Toshiba two years ago for an enterprise valuation of JPY2 trillion ($18.7 billion) has pulled the plug on its Tokyo IPO.
The company was reportedly looking to raise up to JPY334 billion through the offering. Toshiba said in June that it was exploring ways to fully exit its 40.2% stake in Kioxia, without specifying the likely...
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Zhenkunhang, a China-based distribution platform for industrial products, has raised $315 million Series E funding led by YF Capital - previously Yunfeng Capital - a private equity firm co-founded by Alibaba’s Jack Ma.
Japanese logistics technology start-up Openlogi has raised JPY1.7 billion ($16.7 million) in an ongoing Series C round featuring Sumitomo Corporation.