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leveraged buyout

noun as in takeover bid

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In 1990, Weschler left New York and relocated to Charlottesville to start a leveraged buyout fund with Grace vice chairman Terry Daniels, who was also leaving the company.

From 1984 to 1987, leveraged buyouts and other buybacks took more than $250 billion worth of stock out of the market, driving demand up further for what remained.

Bain Capital and its ilk were called leveraged buyout firms back then, but whatever the rubric, the business is the same.

Actually, the former Massachusetts governor and leveraged-buyout mogul seems to have more problematic issues with this crowd.

The cops and the smarter street people knew that Dubuque had lost part of his left ear in a leveraged buyout on University Avenue.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to leveraged buyout, such as: hostile takeover, take over, and leverage.

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