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Thoma Bravo agrees to buy UK-based cyber security company Darktrace for $7.75 per share, a 20% premium on its April 25 closing price, valuing the company at $5B (Will Louch/Financial Times)

Thoma Bravo agrees to buy UK-based cyber security company Darktrace for $7.75 per share, a 20% premium on its April 25 closing price, valuing the company at $5B (Will Louch/Financial Times)


Will Loach / Financial Times:

Thoma Bravo has agreed to buy U.K.-based cybersecurity company Darktrace for $7.75 a share, a 20% premium to its April 25 closing price, valuing the company at $5B.– The offer comes less than two years after the private equity group was in talks to buy the cybersecurity company.

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