Strategy in private equity. Buyouts are transactions involving the takeover of entire companies or individual divisions. In the case of leveraged buyouts, the takeover is carried out using borrowed capital.
A party that purchases a controlling percentage of a corporation's stock, through negotiation or a tender offer, to take over the corporation's assets and operations. See: Leveraged Buyout; Tender Offer
A buyout is an investment transaction by which an entire company or a controlling part of the stock of a company is sold. A firm buys out a stake of a company to strengthen its influence on the company's decision-making body. A buyout can take the form of a leveraged buyout, a venture buyout or a management buyout.
an agreement by an agent and a model that allows their client (Vogue, the Gap, whatever) to use the TV commercial or photograph that the model appeared in wherever and however they want, for a specific time period, and fee