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February 6, 2014

On the heels of news that TPG Growth has acquired a majority stake in e.l.f. Cosmetics, the beauty brand has announced the appointment of consumer products veteran Tarang Amin as president, CEO and director, effective immediately.

NEW YORK — On the heels of news that TPG Growth has acquired a majority stake in e.l.f. Cosmetics, the beauty brand has announced the appointment of consumer products veteran Tarang Amin as president, CEO and director, effective immediately.

Amin succeeds former CEO Joey Shamah, who will continue as a significant investor and director and will maintain an ongoing management role in the company.

Amin has more than 20 years of consumer products experience. Most recently he served as president, CEO and director of Schiff Nutrition.
 

February 3, 2014

Putting the industry buzz to rest, TPG Growth, the equity investment platform of TPG, announced that it has acquired a majority stake in e.l.f. Cosmetics from company founders and equity investor TSG Consumer Partners.

FORT WORTH, Texas — Putting the industry buzz to rest, TPG Growth, the equity investment platform of TPG, announced that it has acquired a majority stake in e.l.f. Cosmetics from company founders and equity investor TSG Consumer Partners.

Existing management will continue to have an investment in and an ongoing role with the company. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

July 16, 2012

An affiliate of private investment firm TPG will acquire Par Pharmaceutical Cos., the drug maker said Monday.

WOODCLIFF LAKE, N.J. — An affiliate of private investment firm TPG will acquire Par Pharmaceutical Cos., the drug maker said Monday.

Par said it had entered into an agreement to be acquired for $1.9 billion. Par shareholders will receive $50 per share, representing a 37% premium over the company's Friday closing price.

March 11, 2011

First it was Family Dollar; now 99 Cents Only Stores finds itself in buyout talks, as investors are seeing the value in discount store chains.

CITY OF COMMERCE, Calif. — First it was Family Dollar; now 99 Cents Only Stores finds itself in buyout talks, as investors are seeing the value in discount store chains.