Kmart and ESL Investments (A) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Main bankrupt retailer is preparing to get out of Chapter 11. Two activist hedge funds ("vulture investors") will own more than 50% of the ordinary shares of the reorganized Kmart, based on previous investments in debt claims Kmart, and the infusion of new equity financing. Chapter 11 process has caused the costs and benefits to the company. Its future profitability and the value of the restructured business is highly uncertain. "Hide

kmart case study solution

kmart case study solution

by Stuart C. Gilson, Sarah L. Abbott Source: Harvard Business School 24 pages. Publication Date: August 14, 2008. Prod. #: 209044-PDF-ENG

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