Highly Leveraged Company

Highly Leveraged Company

A company or other institution with a high level of debt. A highly leveraged company carries a great deal of risk and may increase the likelihood of default or bankruptcy. A highly leveraged company may have to pay high interest rates on its debt.
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However, Tenet Healthcare is a highly leveraged company with approximately $4.
We are not a highly leveraged company, we have low leverage.
There is going to be tremendous pressures on every site to cut costs and pressure on the company to find ways to pay off the debt on what is a very highly leveraged company.
Smaller companies, in particular, could find the dramatic changes "crippling", he warned, adding: "If you're a highly leveraged company, and Iceland is 40% of your business, then you're going to be worried.
The highly leveraged company took a beating as it emerged from the dot-com disaster, losing tens of millions of dollars annually through 2004, according to the company's financial statements.
Because his employer is a highly leveraged company owned by a Washington-based LBO firm, Stassen and the upper management deal regularly with banks and other lending institutions.
Mefford: With a highly leveraged company such as mine, we scratch and dig for capital all the time, and often we have to delay a good idea because we just don't have the capital.
On a stand-alone basis Post will be a much smaller, less diverse and more highly leveraged company that operates in a very competitive segment against significantly larger, more diversified companies.
Trammell notes that since Tenneco Automotive is a non-investment grade, highly leveraged company, the required information had already been provided to investors.
According to the report, Bunge is a highly leveraged company with poor profitability and weak cash flow.
and abroad, private equity enabled a highly leveraged company to take advantage of a big growth opportunity, while helping the owner to cash out.
GMCR believes that Diedrich shareholders will recognize that a transaction with Peet's would result in a highly leveraged company.

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