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Bankruptcy Thursday

March 24, 2005

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CSFB Details DLJ MB Revamp

Corporate Restructuring: Following the bank’s decision to keep the business, fifteen bankers including Tom Dean will leave to form their own buyout shop. (Read More…)

Dubai Fund Buys Tussauds

Private Equity: An investment firm controlled by the Dubai government gets the wax museum and several theme parks for $1.5B. (Read More…)

Neiman Marcus May Seek Suitors

Deals: The storied luxury retailer has retained Goldman Sachs to explore a possible sale. (Read More…)

Apax to Take Xerium Public

IPO: The papermaking supplies company hopes to raise $300 million in its IPO, managed by Citigroup and Merrill Lynch. (Read More…)

Tokyo High Court Backs Livedoor

Hostile Takeover: The decision clears the way for a hostile takeover of Nippon Broadcasting System Inc., a first in Japan. (Read More…)

Winstar, Lucent Suit Finally Starts

Legal Action: An attorney cites musical chairs among judges and the conversion of Winstar’s case to Chapter 7. (Read More…)

PE Firms Queue Up for GMAC Auction

Private Equity: Hedge funds are also interested in the 50% stake of General Motors’ commercial mortgage unit. (Read More…)

Mandalay to Sell MotorCity Casino

Deals: Gambling companies Mandalay Resort Group and MGM Mirage said they will sell a Detroit casino to satisfy state regulators. (Read More…)


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