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Adapt is finally bought by American biz Datapipe

Struggling London-based managed service provider (MSP) Adapt has fallen into the arms of acquisitive US firm Datapipe for an undisclosed amount. After its acquisition of cloudy startup DualSpark last year, Datapipe has now purchased UK-based pure-play MSP Adapt to offer itself a bit more in the European market. New Jersey- …

Gobblefest on horizon for managed services pair

The sales process for a couple of native data centre providers is gaining some momentum, with Six Degrees edging closer to a deal and Adapt appointing a corporate financier to market the business. London-based Six Degrees called on DCC Advisory in February to sell the voice and data hosting firm by April, as we exclusively …
Paul Kunert, 15 May 2015

Adapt Managed Services to be sold this year, whisper sources

Managed services and cloudy hosting biz Adapt is putting corporate finance houses through their paces before choosing one to manage a sale of the operation. Private equity firm Lyceum Capital coughed £30m for a majority stake in London-based Adapt in 2011 and multiple sources reckon the business will be on the market again …
Paul Kunert, 21 Apr 2015
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Adapt swallows eLINIA for £13m, plans £100m sales op

Adapt, the venture cap-backed UK managed service provider, is touting ambitions to build a £100m operation inside four years and has taken a small step toward that goal by stumping up £13m for infrastructure outsourcing firm eLINIA. Lyceum Capital, pumped £30m on London-based Adapt in September last year and the company has …
Paul Kunert, 17 Apr 2012
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Adapt swallowed by Lyceum Capital

VC player Lyceum Capital has coughed £30m for a majority stake in London-based managed services firm Adapt to fuel a 'buy and build' strategy. The cash will be sealed in a war chest to be opened by current MD Robert Arrowsmith who becomes M&A director to lead a roll out in the managed service channel. Existing sales director …
Paul Kunert, 30 Sep 2011
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Google's riches rely on ads, algorithms, and worldwide confusion

Special Feature Why did millions of money-making post-holiday clicks suddenly disappear from the world's largest search engine? It depends on who you ask. Some people blame a soft economy, insisting that Google is well on its way to piddling quarterly revenues. But Google disagrees. CEO Eric Schmidt and company claim that they planned the whole …
Cade Metz, 18 Mar 2008

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