The End of Easy Money
After the credit crunch, buyout activity went cold. Private equity lawyers may be down, but they say they're not out.
It had to stop sometime. As was the case with the dot-com bubble, and before that the junk bond craze, the collapse of the private equity boom made sense, was expected, and even seemed overdue-but somehow it still came as a jolt.
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