Should Apple Buy Peloton? Here are the Pros and Cons of an Acquisition

Business Insider | January 27, 2022 | By: William Edwards Should Apple buy Peloton? 3 experts break down the pros and cons of the tech giant acquiring the embattled digital fitness firm. Read the Article Here

M&A Advisor Releases Winners of the 12th Annual Emerging Leaders Awards

M&A Advisor | August 23, 2021 | By: Steve Finney Christian Sorensen, Senior Director, named to the 12th Annual Emerging Leaders Awards list honoring the achievements of outstanding young professionals who have reached a significant level of success in mergers and …

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Corporate bankruptcies slow again in early April as companies find ample support

S&P Global Market Intelligence | April 28, 2021 | By: Michael O’Connor & Tayyeba Irum Government stimulus, low interest rates and flexible lenders are combining to keep bankruptcy filings low in 2021, experts say. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE

DISTRESSED DAILY: Life Time Says Fitness Is Too Fickle and Fatty

Bloomberg | January 14, 2021 | By:  Katherine Doherty Life Time Inc. has distinguished itself from failing fitness peers in three ways: It’s not just a gym, its facilities are huge, and it hasn’t gone bankrupt. Part-wellness refuge and part-entertainment …

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Is The Energy Transition Creating A Major Investment Bubble? | December 28, 2020 | By: Irina Slav Tesla this month joined the S&P 500 as the fifth-largest company on the index, after its stock skyrocketed this year, driving a lot of appetite for EV investment in general. READ FULL ARTICLE …

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MedMen Announces Tom Lynch Elected as Chairman of the Board

MedMen Enterprises Inc. | December 16, 2020 | By: Zeeshan Hyder MedMen Enterprises Inc. (“MedMen” or the “Company”) (CSE: MMEN) (OTCQX: MMNFF), a leading cannabis retailer with operations across the United States, today announced that Tom Lynch has been elected …

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OPEC+ committee expected to take ‘wait-and-see’ approach on output as oil prices reflect ‘new normal’

MarketWatch | August  14, 2020 | By:  Myra P. Saefong Prices for oil have stuck to a tight trading range since early July, with both U.S. and global benchmark crude futures holding ground above the $40-a-barrel mark—a credit to cuts …

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Solvency vs. Liquidity Ratios

US News | July 10, 2020 | By: Paulina Likos These ratios will kick-start your analysis on evaluating a company’s financial well-being. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE

With contracts canceled and debts mounting, offshore oil drillers face another shakeout

Reuters | June 24, 2020 | By: Liz Hampton & Nerijus Adomaitis The companies that operate offshore drilling rigs for major oil producers face a second wave of bankruptcies in four years amid a historic drop in energy prices that …

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America Inc faces a wave of bankruptcies

The Economist | May 16, 2020 | By: Vijay Vaitheeswaran “Larry Perkins of SierraConstellation Partners, a restructuring firm, thinks a legal bottleneck is “absolutely” possible unless courtrooms “evolve to digest it”.” Read Full Article Here

Energy Turnaround Pro Sees Demand Destruction as Top Issue

Rigzone | April 28, 2020 | By: Matthew V. Vaezey – Demand destruction, rather than oversupply, is the top defining issue in the oil market nowadays, according to a Houston-based bankruptcy and restructuring advisor specializing in oil, gas and energy. …

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U.S. shale companies hedges were inadequate for oil price crash

Reuters | March 13, 2020 | By: Devika Krishna Kumar & Liz Hampton – Oil prices have plunged so much that even U.S. shale producers who have paid for the industry’s version of income insurance must deal with big holes …

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Houston's oil field service companies have a long way to go for stability

Houston Business Journal | March 6, 2020 | By: Joshua Mann – Some of Houston’s largest energy employers have found a way to meet investor demands — by cutting headcount. Read the Full Article

SierraConstellation Partners Adds New York Office to Advisory

Bloomberg | February 4, 2020 | By Katherine Doherty – SierraConstellation Partners, a middle-market management and advisory firm, opened its first office in New York with David Bitterman appointed as managing director, according to a company release.

What Keeps ABL Lenders Up At Night?

ABF Journal | November/December 2019 Issue | By: Bob Riiska & Will White – ABL lending may seem cut and dried to outsiders, but those on the inside know that even the most carefully designed loans can go awry. Turnaround …

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WeWork co-founder pushed aside in $5B SoftBank takeover

Associate Press | October 22, 2019 | By Alexandra Olson – WeWork is accepting a financial rescue package that hands control of the company to Japanese tech giant SoftBank and pushes aside co-founder Adam Neumann and his grandiose vision of …

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WeWork spreads funding net as debt investors balk

International Financing Review |  October 18, 2019 | By Michelle Sierra & Paul Kilby – WeWork’s attempts to raise US$5bn in the loan and bond markets were faltering last week as the embattled office sharing company sought alternative financing amid …

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WeWork bonds sink as bankers circulate rescue financing proposals

WeWork’s bonds tumbled to fresh lows Tuesday after details emerged of a high-cost $5 billion financing plan for the embattled office-share venture to help it avoid a cash-flow crisis. Read the Full Report

SierraConstellation Partners Promotes Kaestle to Senior Director

abfjournal | September 6, 2019 | – SierraConstellation has promoted Philip Kaestle to senior director. He will relocate to Seattle as the firm establishes a presence in the Northwest U.S. market. Read the Full Report

Sears sues former CEO Edward Lampert, claiming he stripped $2 billion in assets as it headed to bankruptcy

The Chicago Tribune | April 18, 2019 | By Lauren Zumbach – Sears Holdings Corp. has filed a lawsuit against its former chairman and CEO, Edward Lampert, and his hedge fund, claiming they wrongly siphoned $2 billion in assets from …

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