By Dan Primack
June 18, 2013

Kabel Deutschland (DB: KD8) said yesterday that it has received a preliminary takeover approach from Liberty Global (Nasdaq: LBTY). No additional details were provided. Morgan Stanley and Perella Weinberg Partners both are advising Kabel Deutschland, which also is said to be in talks with Vodafone. A takeover would be expected to be worth somewhere around $10 billion.

ArcLight Capital Partners has agreed to sell RepconStrickland Inc., a La Porte, Texas–based provider of recurring turnaround and specialty services to the North American refinery and petrochemical markets, to EMCOR Group (NYSE: EME). The deal is valued at approximately $455 million in cash. Harris Williams & Co. managed the process.

Clearlake Capital
 has agreed to sell Solutionary, an Omaha, Neb.-based provider of security and compliance management solutions, to Nippon Telegraph And Telephone Corp. No financial terms were disclosed.

Maj Invest has agreed to sell Kelsen Group, a Danish snack-maker with $180 million in 2012 sales, to Campbell Soup Co. (NYSE: CPB) for an undisclosed amount.

Yahoo Inc. (Nasdaq: YHOO) has offered to buy address book app-maker Xobni for between $30 million and $40 million, according to All Things D. Xobni has raised over $40 million in VC funding from firms like Baseline Ventures, Aotmico, First Round Capital, Khosla Ventures, RRE Ventures, Cisco, Relay Ventures.

GlaxoSmithKline (LSE: GSK) is in talks to sell its thrombosis drug brands and a related French production facility, to South Africa-based Aspen Pharmacare (JSE: APN), according to Reuters. The deal could be valued at around $1 billion.

Nuance Communications
 (Nasdaq: NUAN) has acquired Tweddle Connect, a cloud-based application and content service delivery platform for in car connected services and infotainment, fromTweddle Group Inc. No financial terms were disclosed. McColl Partners managed the

Talisman Energy Inc. (TSX: TLM) has hired RBC to manage a sale process for its shale assets in the Eagle Ford basin in Texas, according to Reuters. The deal could be worth upwards of $2

RetailMeNot, an Austin, Texas-based digital coupon marketplace, has filed for a $230 million IPO. It plans to trade on the NYSE under ticker symbol SALE, with Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse serving as lead underwriters. The company reports $26 million of net income on around $145 million of revenue in 2012, compared to $17 million of net income on $80 million in revenue for 2011. Shareholders include Austin Ventures (31.8% pre-IPO stake), Norwest Venture Partners (20.5%), J.P. Morgan (13.7%), Institutional Venture Partners (7%), Adams Street Partners (6.1%) and Google Ventures (5.1%).

World Point Terminals LP, a St. Louis-based provider of storage terminals for light refined products, heavy refined products and crude oil, has filed for a $212 million IPO. It plans to trade on the NYSE under ticker symbol WPT, with BoA Merrill Lynch serving as lead underwriter.

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