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The vulture investors

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The vulture investors

The vulture investors

Hilary Rosenberg

404 pages, parution le 01/01/2000

Résumé

"What kinds of investors actually
choose to make their living by seeking
out troubled companies and becoming
mired in the complexities and
contentiousness of a bankruptcy or
out-of-court workout?"

-Hilary Rosenberg
(from The Vulture Investors)

Welcome to the big-time, big-stress-and bigprofit-world of vulture investing. From the eleventh-hour save of Donald Trump's casinos, to the tempestuous history of Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel, to the rocky restructuring of the massive Revco discount drugstore chain, Hilary Rosenberg takes us on a fast-moving journey through some of the major bankruptcies of the 1980s and 1990s-and brings to life the infamous, talented arbiters at the heart of their recovery. Meetthe so-called "vulture investors" who cast their sights on distressed concerns, buy out debt, and skillfully forge their way to rich returns. Quietly upstaging the flashier corporate tycoons and raiders of the previous decade, men like Leon Black, Ronald LaBow, Sam Zell, Talton Embry, and Martin Whitman have helped to make a more efficient market in this obscure sector of investment, and their success may even inspire the quickly evolving business cultures of Asia and Latin America.

he vulture investors made their way to the forefront of American business during the troubled period when declaring bankruptcy became commonplace among debt-heavy companies. Buying out debt and seeing through the rehabilitation of companies as well-known as Sunbeam and Bloomingdale's, these unique players have changed the face of the distressed securities market. In her own animated, absorbing, and original style, Hilary Rosenberg creates thoroughly researched reenactments of the vultures' greatest exploits to offer an intriguing examination of their methods and their madness-and reveals the important role of these controversial characters in aiding worldwide economic recovery.

L'auteur - Hilary Rosenberg

HILARY ROSENBERG has written for the New York Times, Business Week, Institutional Investor, Barron's, and Financial World. She is the author of A Traitor to His Class: Robert A. 6. Monks and the Battle to Change Corporate America (Wiley).

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Éditeur(s) Wiley
Auteur(s) Hilary Rosenberg
Parution 01/01/2000
Nb. de pages 404
Format 16 x 24
Poids 650g
EAN13 9780471361893

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