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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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