It may be wonderful to be a bold corporate raider
or to lead the detached life of a contemplative monk, but it would be ludicrous to switch between these on alternate Tuesdays.
Today, it is perfectly respectable to suggest that Bush and his buddies are a new breed of nation raider, after the model of the corporate raider
, scamming the nation first with deregulation of energy, then with huge contracts awarded after the Iraqi invasion in a closed-bid giveaway to the insider corporations for which many of Bush's men have consulted.
After the company was acquired, the corporate raider
would staff to take it apart.
Danone and even Cadbury Schweppes joined American corporate raider
Carl Icahn and Philip Morris in tabling bids for Nabisco.
financier Carl Icahn, who came to prominence in the 1980s by purchasing stakes in undervalued companies in turmoil, has issued a filing with the Federal Trade Commission to purchase a significant stake in the struggling J.
Campbell is a hobby trainer-breeder and stands Corporate Raider
, Machine Gun Tom's sire, at his Bellbridge Stud in Perth.
The Post's coverage of Buffett, a corporate raider
now ranked as the country's second-richest man, has been effusive.
Under the facts of the TAM, amounts paid by a target to repurchase its stock from a corporate raider
had to be capitalized.
This prohibition leaves the corporation at a distinct disadvantage during hostile takeovers because a corporate raider
may raise funds and deduct loan fees to purchase a target's stock, while the target may not.
The most notorious example of the new market for the Adirondacks' deep woods was the sale of 96,000 acres, sight unseen, acquired from a British corporate raider
named James Goldsmith by Henry Lassiter, an Atlanta developer, for $17 million.
The legendary corporate raider
made headlines recently with his offer to buy Mentor Graphics Corp, less than a week after Dynegy, Inc.
MPs are to grill a corporate raider
behind a controversial PS7.