Leveraging recovery

Weinstein, Steve
October 1996
Progressive Grocer;Oct96, Vol. 75 Issue 10, p26
Trade Publication
Focuses on the leverage buyouts of supermarkets in the United States. Views of supermarket's officials about debt; Effects of debt on some companies; Stop & Shop Company's debt; Kohlberg Kravis Robers & Company's (KKR) track record in acquisitions; Factors which affected acquisitions in the supermarket industry; Grand Union Company's restructuring plan. INSET: Vons: Anatomy of a turnaround..


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