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

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It's hard to find another county in America that has accomplished more buyouts than Harris County.
First, while the traditional literature on private equity emphasizes how buyouts can create value (Jensen, 1986; Kaplan, 1989), results in this paper show that bank-affiliated LBOs do not improve target firms' operating performance, and that they create less value compared to independent LBOs.
Business Buyout Agreements: Plan Now for All Types of Business Transitions, 7th Edition
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.
GM is seeking to cut back its pension obligation by $26 billion through offering buyouts to 42,000 employees and shifting others to a third-party pension company.
But despite the value increase, just five private equity buyouts were completed in the North-east last year.
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.
Private equity (PE)-backed buyouts have been perceived historically as an efficiency tool to streamline organizational processes, reduce workforces and decrease unit costs (Harris, Siegel, & Wright, 2005; Wright, Hoskisson, & Busenitz, 2000).
More Kansas City Star employees will be offered buyouts as the newspaper continues to struggle with a drop in advertising revenue.
This simple process should not be confused with other types of going-dark transactions, such as leveraged buyouts, management buyouts or tender offers, since these transactions frequently trigger litigation and present more complex legal issues.
An additional 6,300 members of the International Union of Electronic Workers-Communications Workers of America also will take buyouts or early retirements, Delphi said.