Dun & Bradstreet will return to the public market after less than two years. An investor group led by CC Capital, Cannae and funds affiliated with Thomas H. Lee Partners acquired the company for about $5.4 billion in cash in 2018. The deal valued the company at $6.9 billion, including debt. The consortium will control about 66% of the voting power after the IPO, according to the filing.

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