THE GREAT AMERICAN FIRE SALE - Wall Street's vultures are buying companies and their assets at bargain prices--never before have so many companies been on the block for so little. Vultures, of course, often get a bad rap, and sometimes it's deserved. But by providing shareholders and creditors with an exit, they allow for an orderly liquidation of assets instead of a financial panic--or a ...
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