By Dan Primack
July 10, 2012

The Carlyle Group has completed its previously-announced sale of British cash handling equipment maker Talaris to Glory Ltd. for £650 million.

Deutsche Post has acquired IntelliAd, a German digital marketing agency. No financial terms were disclosed. Sellers include Corporate Finance Partners and Impera Total Return. (NYSE: CRM) has agreed to acquire GoInstant, a Canadian provider of shared Web browsing solutions. AllThingsD reported the price as $70 million. GoInstant has raised seed funding from Baseline Ventures, Freestyle Capital, Greylock Partners, InNOVAcorp, Social Leverage, LLC and W Media Ventures.

Intel has agreed to acquire a 15% stake in listed Dutch semiconductor equipment maker ASML Holdings for up to $4.1 billion.

PCTEL Inc. (Nasdaq: PCTI) has acquired the assets of TelWorx Communications LLC, a Lexington, N.C.-based provider of wireless and fiber optic solutions for the enterprise, defense, transportation and carrier markets. The deal is valued at $16.5 million, plus another $1.5 million in potential stock-based earnouts.

Superior Aviation Beijing Co. has entered exclusive talks to acquire bankrupt U.S. aircraft manufacturer Hawker Beechcraft Inc. for $1.79 billion. Hawker Beechcraft had been acquired for $3.3 billion in 2007 by Goldman Sachs and Onex Corp., before filing for bankruptcy protection this past spring.

The Tokyo Stock Exchange tomorrow will launch a tender offer for the Osaka Securities Exchange.

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