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Dialog on the acquisition trail

2/24/2013 06:20 PM EST
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daleste
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daleste   2/27/2013 3:38:55 AM
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Yes, it is a lot of money. I guess they are hell bent on spending it instead of repaying the loan and working on their free cash flow.

AliciaS
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AliciaS   2/26/2013 9:46:54 AM
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Well $200 million is quite a risky amount to borrow. I guess thy though that had a good planned which unfortunately did not work out as a result. I wish they would better spread this money among those who actually need it. But I am kidding of course. Still it is weird to hear people are operating with such a big amounts while others can hardly meet ends and are forced to take out payday loans online ( https://paydayloansat.com/). As for this case, it should better gather the best management team which would know how exactly money has to work

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daleste   2/26/2013 2:36:27 AM
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Lot's of cash and nothing to buy. Must be time for more start ups.

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krisi   2/25/2013 5:03:28 PM
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Too much cash! Good problem to have...

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