Private equity deals

ABRY Partners has agreed to sell Q9 Networks Inc., a Canadian provider of outsourced data center infrastructure, to an investor group that includes Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, Providence Equity PartnersMadison Dearborn Partners and BCE Bell Inc. The deal is valued at C$1.1 billion. ABRY had taken Q9 private in 2008 for $C361 million.

Freedom Communications has completed its previously-announced sale of four community newspapers to Versa Capital Management for an undisclosed amount: The Telegraph (Alton, IL), The Journal-Corrier (Jacksonville, IL), The Lima News (LIMA, OH) and The Sedalia Democrat (Sedalia, MO). Freedom shareholders include Angelo Gordon, Alden Global Capital and Luxor Capital Group.

KPS Capital Partners has completed its second dividend recapitalization for portfolio company Global Brass and Copper Inc. The $575 million in new financing will be used to refinance existing outstanding debt, to fund a $160 million cash distribution to shareholders and for general corporate

Oak Hill Capital Partners and GI Partners have agreed to acquire WaveDivision Holdings from Sandler Capital Management. No financial terms were disclosed. WaveDivision is an owner and operator of broadband cable systems in the suburban markets of Seattle, San Francisco, Sacramento and

Russia Partners is in talks to acquire a 30% stake in Monetka, a grocery chain in the Urals region, for around $90 million, according to a local press report. Baring Vostok Capital Partners also has expressed interest.

Trinity CO2 Investments LLC, a Midland, Texas-based carbon dioxide pipeline and supply company, has acquired oil recovery group SandRidge Tertiary from SandRidge Energy Inc. (NYSE: SD) for $130 million. Trinity is a portfolio company of Morgan Stanley Global Private

Warburg Pincus has agreed to acquire a majority stake in Indian financial services firm Future Capital Holdings from its founders, according to Reuters. The deal is valued at between $100 million and $125 million.

The Weinberg & Bell Group, a Cleveland-based private equity firm, has acquired AeroRepair, a Londonderry, N.H.-based FAA-certified repair station. No financial terms were

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