By Dan Primack
June 27, 2013

Applied Predictive Technologies, a Washington, D.C.-based provider of cloud-based predictive analytics software, has raised $100 million in minority funding from the merchant banking division ofGoldman Sachs. Existing shareholders include Accel-KKR and Adams Street

Bai Brands, a Los Angeles-based developer of coffee fruit-infused beverages, has secured a minority equity investment from Strand Equity Partners. No financial terms were disclosed.

Cerberus Capital Management
 has offered to acquire Harris Teeter Supermarkets Inc. (NYSE: HTSI), according to the WSJ. No financial details yet, although Cerberus reportedly is considering a structure that would include stub equity. The Matthews, N.C.-based supermarket chain closed trading yesterday with a market cap of around @3.4 billion.

KKR is in talks to acquire Bushnell Inc., a maker of riflescopes and others sports optical products, from MidOcean Partners, according to the NY Post. Morgan Stanley and Baird are managing the process, which originally was designed to generate upwards of $1 billion.

KPS Capital Partners has completed its previously-announced acquisition of the specialty paper business of Wausau Paper (NYSE: WPP). The deal included $110 million of cash proceeds (minus liabilities) to Wausau, while Wausau retained defined benefit pension and other post-retirement benefit obligations (minus $41m of future liability, which is being eliminated). There also are possible performance-based milestone payments equivalent to a 5% equity stake. The business has been renamed Expera Specialty Solutions LLC.

Unity Physician Partners, an Atlanta–based provider of healthcare clinics focused on whole health and collaborative treatment, has raised an undisclosed amount of private equity funding from EDG

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