Booms and busts are part of private equity's history. But industry firms have been consistently successful at making valuable changes to the companies they buy
In the wake of a buyout, old jobs are destroyed at firms backed by private equity at a faster pace than at other firms. But as private equity groups steer companies into more profitable areas of business, they also create new jobs at new facilities more rapidly than other firms
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