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18 June 2020 By Lauren Silva Laughlin

Dun & Bradstreet, the 179-year-old data firm that plans to raise up to $1 bln, is a stark contrast to new-fangled tech hopefuls like Lemonade. Yet its private equity owners may make a handy return using an old-fashioned playbook: cutting staff, and surfing a rising market tide.

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