buyout

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acquisition of a company by purchasing a controlling percentage of its stock

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The buyouts are a good deal for the county and the public and, even better, they come with a new lower-cost benefits plan for new employees.
As per provisions of the labor contract, Goodyear can offer 200 buyouts at its Buffalo, N.
Under the pension buyouts, retirees will be offered the choice of remaining on the companies' pension programs or taking a lump-sum pension payment offer.
But despite the value increase, just five private equity buyouts were completed in the North-east last year.
Previously, the Department of the Auditor General examined terms of superintendent buyouts as part of its routine school audits, which are conducted roughly every three years.
Business buyout agreements; plan now for retirement, death, divorce or owner disagreements, 5th ed.
Coming out of recession, buyouts rose from just pounds 2.
The Pets at Home and Marken deals accounted for 40% of the buyouts by value during the first three months of the year, and pushed up the average size of buyouts to pounds 116.
The Pets at Home and Marken deals accounted for 40% of the buyouts by value during the first three months of the year and pushed up the average size of buyouts to pounds 116.
s buyout offers, meaning that the struggling company will lose more than 70 percent of its work force by the end of the year.
Although not well-known by most developers or tenants, this section has significant implications on both parties, and has shifted the advantage from the rent-stabilized tenant to the developer in a buyout scenario.
The first, 'European Buyouts Daily,' was launched at an industry conference held on May 17, while the second, 'VentureWire Europe,' was launched two days later.
But buyout critics--who span the political spectrum from far right to far left--claim that although buyouts appear on the surface to be an easy way out, they disrupt the marketplace and offer incentives for bad behavior.
Take a look at the recent management buyouts (MBOs) in Japan.