Buyout Bubble Pop?

Buyout Bubble Pop?

  • Submitted By: babyg76
  • Date Submitted: 11/24/2008 5:02 PM
  • Category: Business
  • Words: 480
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Presentation: Andrew Sorkin, New York Times Editor in Chief for the Business and
Finance area.
Title: “Did the Buyout Bubble Pop?

I am an accounting major and I definitely enjoyed this presentation. Unfortunately, I was late to the presentation 20 minutes but the first thing it impress me that I was going to hear it from an old man. To my surprise Mr. Sorkin is young and full of acknowledge this type of presentation inspires me to continue forward and focus in marketing myself once I finish school.

“Bust,” Mr. Andrew Sorkin definition for the “Economy.” Has, Buyout Bubble Pop? Yes it has. Many companies wish to back out from deals that wish now would have never made. They are stuck paying mortgages that are too pricey. We still have the banks and other entities trying to reinvent themselves to promote new forms of loans. This relates to a new form of innovation to the customer and management. People as much as bank are just scare to adventure in new investments. This hurts the banks reputation as much as the investors when the deals go bad. Many investment and exchange and merges that were schedule to be, have being stop and many wished never had done the merge or buyout. It is definitely getting close to many economies that 6 months deadline “2008” will mark a new era of cost and distribution. Now, many investors are getting good money for the previous exchange done trough companies and individuals.

The private equity boom has slow down but has hoped to reemerge in a new way that will compensate homeowners and investors. At this moment there is no marketing of new jobs instead there is displacement of many types of jobs. The customer satisfaction is one of the major incentives to motivate entities to try to market trust in banks and investors. This will drive in revenues to boom once again in the economy. The consumers’ wants and needs at this time in the market are down.

Customers’ satisfactions are...

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