Private Equity in Talks to Buy Stake in Ticket Monster (GRPN)
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Private equity firms KKR & Co. (NYSE: KKR) and Anchor Partners are in talks to buy a stake in Groupon's (NASDAQ: GRPN) Ticket Monster, according to Seoul Economic Daily. A 51% stake in the company would cost around $316 million.
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