As expected, acquisitions slow to start 2013

Johnson, Jim
May 2013
Waste & Recycling News;5/13/2013, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p0024
Trade Publication
The article reports on the slow start of acquisition in the solid waste management in the first part of 2013. According to the author, the desire of sellers to push through deals in 2012 in advance of capital gains taxes increases decreased acquisition activity in 2013. Companies that participated in acquisition in early 2013 include Progressive Waste Solutions Ltd., Republic Services Inc., and Waste Connections Inc.


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