Private Equity Passing on Chance to Buy 650 Walgreens (WBA) Stores - NYP
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PE firms are passing on the chance to purchase 650 Walgreens (NASDAQ: WBA) stores that are being sold as part of the antitrust review for its Rite Aid (NYSE: RAD) takeover, according to the New York Post. The report said it would be difficult to find a single PE buyer at a reasonable multiple.
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