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Too much Liquidity? Decapitalization Strategies
Lee Watson
In Strategy+Business, Issue 46, Spring 2007, BAH VP Justin Petit argues that many companies are sitting on mountains of cash and need a decapitalization strategy. Decapitalization categories include: 1. Operating Liquidity (to finance work in progress) 2. Growth Capital (research, expansion,design, development, acquisitions) 3. Share Repurchases 4. Pension Funding 5. Dividends 6. Debt Reduction. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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