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August 5, 1989 | a Times Staff Writer
Jefferson Smurfit Group and Morgan Stanley on Friday announced a complicated financial restructuring that would unite two major paper producers under one corporate umbrella and would bring the corporate investors more than $1.5 billion in cash. In the first of three steps of the proposed plan, Jefferson Smurfit Group of Dublin, Ireland, and an investment fund affiliated with Morgan Stanley & Co., a New York investment banking firm, would buy the publicly held shares of Jefferson Smurfit Corp.
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June 18, 2002 | Bloomberg News
Madison Dearborn Partners Inc., a leveraged buyout firm, has agreed to buy Jefferson Smurfit Group for $3.5 billion, its fifth takeover of a packaging company and its biggest investment. The takeover would be the latest purchase of a paper company by an acquisition firm betting that profit will grow as the economy expands. Dublin, Ireland-based Jefferson Smurfit would make Chicago-based Madison Dearborn the world's biggest producer of container board, used to make boxes and packaging.
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June 18, 2002 | Bloomberg News
Madison Dearborn Partners Inc., a leveraged buyout firm, has agreed to buy Jefferson Smurfit Group for $3.5 billion, its fifth takeover of a packaging company and its biggest investment. The takeover would be the latest purchase of a paper company by an acquisition firm betting that profit will grow as the economy expands. Dublin, Ireland-based Jefferson Smurfit would make Chicago-based Madison Dearborn the world's biggest producer of container board, used to make boxes and packaging.
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August 5, 1989 | a Times Staff Writer
Jefferson Smurfit Group and Morgan Stanley on Friday announced a complicated financial restructuring that would unite two major paper producers under one corporate umbrella and would bring the corporate investors more than $1.5 billion in cash. In the first of three steps of the proposed plan, Jefferson Smurfit Group of Dublin, Ireland, and an investment fund affiliated with Morgan Stanley & Co., a New York investment banking firm, would buy the publicly held shares of Jefferson Smurfit Corp.
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