The retailer reportedly has hired Goldman Sachs to explore a possible sale and could fetch close to $3 billion.
As the economy improves, these two companies are poised to reap the benefits -- one from the nuts-and-bolts side, the other from a financing angle.
This high yielding firm is a play on increased buyout and financing activity in the markets.
The incredible string of high returns from this private equity and investment consulting firm has led to an eye-popping stream of income for shareholders.
MasterCard is downgraded to 'neutral,' and Nike is initiated with a 'neutral.'
You don't have to be Mitt Romney to gain like Bain.
Big money can be made investing in non-public corporations via such firms.
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