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Leveraged Buyout (LBO)

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A leveraged buyout or LBO is a contractual agreement in which a company or small group of individual investors purchases a business or buys a portion of a business firm's assets with lots of debt and little equity.

Leveraged buyouts rely on increased earnings after the business is taken over in order to pay off all the debt.

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