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|All Authors / Contributors:||
George J Schultze
|Description:||xv, 196 pages ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Foreword ix Acknowledgments xi Preface xiii CHAPTER 1 Emerging from the Egg 1 CHAPTER 2 Learning to Scavenge 17 CHAPTER 3 Looking for Prey 39 CHAPTER 4 Waiting On a Limb 63 CHAPTER 5 Swooping In: Tropicana 73 CHAPTER 6 Fighting Over the Carcass: Chrysler 95 CHAPTER 7 Digesting the Remains 115 CHAPTER 8 A Vulture s Philosophy 131 APPENDIX 1 Net Operating Loss Carry Forwards 139 APPENDIX 2 Copy of Continued Objection by Ad Hoc Committee of Washington Group Class 7 Claim Holders 141 APPENDIX 3 Letter to Washington Group s Board of Directors 153 APPENDIX 4 Shareholder Complaint against Winn-Dixie Board et al. 157 APPENDIX 5 Objection by Schultze Asset Management to Owens Corning Disclosure Statement About the Authors 185 Index 189|
|Series Title:||Wiley finance series.|
|Other Titles:||Vulture investing|
|Responsibility:||George J. Schultze with Janet Lewis.|
A detailed and compelling look at distressed securities investing in today s market In the corporate world, vulture investors in distressed securities serve the same cleanup function as vultures do in the natural world: they deal with failing companies, digest bad debt, and mop up after bankruptcies.
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