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Burt’s Bees Wood Deal Toy

Wood deal toy marking the sale of Burt’s Bees, a provider of natural skin care products based in Durham, North Carolina, by AEA Investors (New York) to Clorox (headquartered in Oakland, California). Goldman Sachs (New York) served as the advisor to AEA.

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AOL Deal Toy

Deal toy marking the acquisition of The Huffington Post, headquartered in New York, by AOL, also based in New York. AOL was advised in the transaction by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

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Orchard Brands Financial Tombstone

Financial tombstone celebrating the successful re-organization of Orchard Brands, an apparel marketer based in Beverly, Massachusetts. Orchard Brands was advised by Kirkland & Ellis (headquartered in Chicago), Alvarez & Marsal (New York), and Moelis & Company (New York).

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Promoting and Displaying Company Values in a Hybrid Workplace

February 3, 2022 by David Parry

The hybrid workplace has been an effective---not to mention necessary---adjustment since the advent...

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European Deal Toy Highlights: See IPO’s New & Old

June 6, 2016 by David Parry

IPO's? Really? Actually, yes. The global downturn in offerings is hardly news; just as...

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ALL “New” Dinosaur Deal Toys: Going Back to The 90’s!

September 20, 2017 by David Parry

Our latest gallery of IB artifacts revisits an era we had previously glimpsed in the inventively...

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Chicago Tribune Newspaper Box Financial Tombstone

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The Rank Group Custom Lucite

Custom Lucite commemorating the acquisition of UCI International, an automotive and trucking parts manufacturer headquartered in Lake Forest, Illinois , by the Rank Group, located in Auckland, New Zealand from The Carlyle Group (based in New York City) . The Participating investment banks were Nomura and Credit Suisse, both located in New York

 

 

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AGC G4 Laser-Cut Tombstone Embedment

Tombstone embedment marking the acquisition of G4 Analytics, a Redmond, Washington-based provider intelligence software for the consumer goods and retail industries. The acquirer, global information and measurement firm Nielsen, is based in New York City. G4 was advised by AGC Partners, also based in New York.

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