Talk:Leveraged buyout

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General utility, effects and merits of LBOs[edit]

This article is dense with accounting jargon, but supplies no general perspective about whether or not LBOs are good things in general. Clearly LBOs sometimes reward their financial architects as individual actors, but they've also been the ruin of useful products, companies, and their many workers' standard of living. — Preceding unsigned comment added by AC (talkcontribs) 18:37, 24 November 2017 (UTC)