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American Achievement Successfully Refinances Credit Facilities
In addition, the recapitalization will allow AAC to redeem or exchange all outstanding Series A Preferred Stock at the Company's indirect parent, American Achievement Group Holding Corp., redeem certain minority holders of common stock and warrants and ...
Ambac Announces Change at the Segregated Account
Ambac Financial Group, Inc., ("Ambac"), headquartered in New York City, is a holding company whose subsidiaries, including its principal operating subsidiary, Ambac Assurance Corporation ("AAC"), Everspan Financial Guarantee Corp., and Ambac ...
Asia Online Hires Turnaround Specialist as New CEO
... investors.” The two institutional investors listed in the Asian Online website, Japan Asia Investment Corp. and Thailand's T-One Capital, retain a significant stake in the company, according to Rufener.
Ambac Assurance Settles RMBS Litigation Against JP Morgan for $995 Million
Ambac Financial Group, Inc., ("Ambac"), headquartered in New York City, is a holding company whose subsidiaries, including its principal operating subsidiary, Ambac Assurance Corporation ("AAC"), Everspan Financial Guarantee Corp., and Ambac ...
Dick Smith and Myer: a tale of two retailers
It hasn't been lost on the market that there are some significant similarities and overlaps between the stories of Dick Smith, which collapsed this week, and that of Myer.
What the Male Champions could teach Briggs
The government's focus on developing a culture of innovation - soon to be backed by a taxpayer funded advertising campaign - relies in part on businesses doing things differently.
The Coalition must heed Heydon's powerful message
The Coalition parties have a history of failing whenever they attempt workplace reform. Yesterday I explained that the Turnbull government is positioning itself for a fall by promoting the Heydon report as being anti-union.
A triple threat to global growth
The World Bank has identified at least three key risks to its forecast of slightly stronger, but still modest, global economic growth this year.
Blame the Fed for market ructions, not China
The secret is out. A former US Federal Reserve member has told the world not to blame China for the latest market fall or last year's declines on Wall Street.
Investors should brace for market aftershocks
When sharemarkets go into free fall it is the aftershocks that are usually more severe than the immediate impact of the share price declines.