Thoma Bravo missed out on its attempt to acquire software company Qualtrics earlier this year, amid antitrust concerns around the private equity firm’s plan to merge Qualtrics with a rival that it already owns, the Financial Times reported. Qualtrics sold to private equity firm Silver Lake and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board last month for $12.5 billion, or $18.15 per share. Thoma...
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