Mergers & acquisitions

Diamond Castle Partners has agreed to sell Managed Health Care Associates Inc., a Florham Park, N.J.-based provider of services and solutions for alternate site healthcare providers, to Roper Industries Inc. (NYSE: ROP). The deal is valued at approximately $1 billion in cash, and is expected to close within the next month.

Fenway Partners is preparing a sale process for sports equipment company Easton-Bell Sports, according to Reuters. The deal could be valued at upwards of $900 million. Complicating matters may be recent litigation against the company’s Riddell football helmet brand, related to concussions suffered by users.

Delta Plastics of the South, a Little Rock, Ark.-based provider of flexible irrigation tubing for agricultural applications, has acquired certain assets of Continental Products, a Dalton, Ga.-based polyfilm distributor.

Hulu has hired Guggenheim Partners to advise on a sale of the company, according to Reuters. Hulu’s owners previously hired Guggenheim in 2011, but couldn’t find a buyer at the $2 billion asking price. There also is a possibility that Guggenheim’s media business may make an offer.

MacDon Industries Ltd.
, a privately-held Canadian windower manufacturer, has hired Goldman Sachs to find a buyer for approximately $1 billion, according to Reuters.

Intel has agreed to acquire Mashery, a San Francisco-based provider of API management platforms, for a reported $180 million. Mashery had raised nearly $35 million in VC funding from firms like OpenView Venture Partners, Cisco, Formative Ventures, First Round Capital, and .406

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