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Author: Shira Ovide
Roger Altman, Chairman of boutique investment bank Evercore, says that although the M&A market is steadily recovering, it still has “quite a ways to go”; this despite a record breaking Q3 for his firm’s investment banking division.
Author: Stephanie Kirchgaessner
The rapidly aging U.S. population has financial buyers swooning over – and snatching up – nursing homes.
Author: Barbara Taylor
When the owners of Select Machine, Inc. of Brimfield, Ohio decided to sell their company, they were met with the unpleasant realization that this would likely mean the loss of their current employees’ future jobs.
So they decided to sell their company directly to their employees by establishing a worker-owned cooperative.
Author: Dan Primack
2010 has already seen $196 billion of M&A in the U.S. power and energy sector, more than YTD 2008 and 2009 combined.
Author: Ronald Kahn
Lincoln International’s Ronald Kahn writes for PEHub on the increasingly stringent hurdles companies have to clear in order to obtain senior debt based on cash flow.