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Hands down

24 April 2007 By John Foley

By securing a 26% stake in the UK retailer and winning over an insider, KKR made it tough for the rival consortium to proceed. The lesson? Without some inside support, buyout firms need to be clearer about their strategies or settle for lower returns.

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