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How to use leveraged buyout in a sentence
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.How Does New York City Keep Reinventing Itself? (Bonus)|Kurt Andersen|March 21, 2021|Freakonomics
He leveraged his earlier experience and knocked a Computer Science degree out of the park, graduating with high honors.Killing Net Neutrality Kills the Dreams of Young Entrepreneurs|Joshua DuBois|April 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Guzmán essentially leveraged violence, political influence, and financial prowess to gain power and market share.
The following 10 politicos have leveraged social media for added attention and even notoriety.
Over the past year or two, she has leveraged media, social and otherwise, to present a more authentic version of herself.He’s A Businessman, Man: Jay Z’s Pursuit of Profit and Why We Don’t Trust Him|Rawiya Kameir|January 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
On the whole, however, Saudi funds and arms have leveraged American aims in many tight situations.
Assume that your boys want, say, 30 times gross annual revenue for a buyout.Makers|Cory Doctorow
British Dictionary definitions for leveraged buyout
Cultural definitions for leveraged buyout
The purchase of a company mainly with borrowed money on the expectation that the purchaser can repay from the company's future profits or by selling its assets. Buyers sometimes raise the money by issuing junk bonds.