WILL LEXMARK BE SOLD ………..?

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WILL LEXMARK BE SOLD ………..?

 user 2006-01-05 at 10:45:00 am Views: 65
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    Buyouts seen for Dillard’s and Lexmark
    JAN 2006,Nat Worden of TheStreet.com says we are headed for a new wave of corporate buyouts in 2006 — and Dillard’s and Lexmark International could be part of it.
    He didn’t name Knight Ridder, parent company of the Lexington Herald-Leader, probably because Knight Ridder began considering preliminary buyout offers in 2005.
    Worden gave 2-to-1 odds that Dillard’s, which has department stores at Turfland and Fayette malls, will be sold this year. Dillard’s stock is sluggish, but it has “real estate assets that make private investors’ mouths water,” he said.
    His odds are 4-to-1 that Lexmark will be sold, possibly in a leveraged buyout by management, Worden says.
    Lexmark has two things buyers especially love: strong cash flow and “underperforming, non-core assets that could be sold, and Lexmark’s money-losing inkjet business could be ripe for divestiture.”
    This is already shaping up as an interesting business year.