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TransUnion to buy Reston tech company for $3 billion

TransUnion to buy Reston tech company for $3 billion
Neustar, which relocated its headquarters and about 400 jobs to Reston Station two years ago is being sold to Transunion by investors including Golden Gate…

Neustar, which relocated its headquarters and about 400 jobs to Reston Station two years ago is being sold to Transunion by investors including Golden Gate Capital.It will become part of Golden Gate Capital’s existing portfolio of businesses.Updated: New executive order requires vaccines for all federal employees, contractors CISA tells agencies they don’t have to go it alone on zero trust A Tuesday like no other: Feds recall shock of 9/11 A Tuesday like no other: State Dept.Listen now to WTOP News WTOP.

5 FM Reston, Virginia-based digital data security company Neustar will be acquired by credit reporting company TransUnion in a deal valued at $3.“As digital commerce continues to grow globally, TransUnion’s powerful digital identity asses enhanced by Neustar’s distinctive data and digital resolution capabilities, will enable safer and more personalized online experiences for consumers and businesses,” said TransUnion CEO Christ Cartwright in a statement.

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