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Leveraged Buyout Explained
A leveraged buyout, or LBO, is an acquisition of a company or division of another company financed with significant amount of debt. Later, the acquired company's profits are used for the repayment of the loans. This acquisition method became very popular in the U.S. in the 1980's when easy financing was available through innovative securities like junk bonds. During that time, LBOs were also used by corporate raiders such as Carl Icahn for taking over target companies. It is estimated that more than 400 leveraged buyouts were completed during the 1980's. But in the 1990's, the number of completed LBO
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