NATICK, Mass. — Two private equity firms are teaming up to make an offer to buy BJ’s Wholesale Club, according to a report in the New York Post Wednesday. Leonard Green & Partners, the Los Angeles based private investor whose investment last summer sparked BJ’s to explore a sale, is teaming up with CVC Capital Partners and will make a $2.8 billion offer next week, the report said. Green and CVC, a London-based investment firm, recently teamed up to bid for retailer Big Lots before that ...

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