Media Coverage

Cash-Rich Seek Deals; May Emerge Mightier from Downturn | Reuters

October 18, 2001

The weakening economy that’s inspiring many companies to trim down to survive is leading Corporate America’s powerhouses in the other direction: Fatten up while smaller competitors are struggling. The giants of U.S. industry, such as General Electric Co and Tyco … Read more

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Early Action Key to Surviving a Distressed M&A | The Daily Deal

June 14, 2001

Easy money is a thing of the past. Troubled companies today are more likely to find lenders (particularly secured lenders) demanding a quick sale or merger rather than extending further financing. The professionals at Gordian Group LP, a New York–based … Read more

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When Bad Things Happen to Good Companies, Find a Buyer | Mergers & Acquisitions

June 1, 2001

Doing a distressed m&a deal is like tying to sell an ice cube before it melts,” says Henry F. Owsley, a principal at boutique investment bank the Gordian Group in New York. That being the case, there are a lot … Read more

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