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Bankruptcy Thursday

February 10, 2005

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Fiorina Ousted from HP

Corporate Restructuring: The ouster after 5½ years of the computer company’s CEO spurs talk of a spinoff of HP’s printing division. (Read More…)

Sara Lee Extends Reorganization

Corporate Restructuring: The Chicago food company will spin off its apparel business and find buyers for its European meats, U.S. coffee and direct marketing businesses. (Read More…)

Euronext Still Keen on LSE

Deals: The exchange promises to trump the twice-rejected rival bid of $2.4 billion made by Deutsche Borse made for the London Stock Exchange. (Read More…)

SBS Buys C More from Buyouts

Private Equity: Luxembourg-based SBS Broadcasting pays $345 million in cash to Baker Capital and Nordic Capital for the pay-TV broadcaster. (Read More…)

Early V-day Gift for Leonard Green

IPO: The debut of flower seller FTD on the New York Stock Exchange means the private equity shop’s investment has more than doubled in a year. (Read More…)

Premiere to Launch IPO

IPO: The German pay-TV operator will stage one of Germany’s largest debuts in years, giving at least a partial exit to PE owner Permira. (Read More…)

Pillsbury, Shaw Pittman to Tie Up

Deals: The law firms will merge into a 900-lawyer firm. (Read More…)

Energy M&A Restrictions Could Fall

Regulatory: House Republicans want to push an energy reform bill to a floor vote with little time for review. (Read More…)


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