Chrysler's Extreme Takeover
Monday, August 20, 2007
Cerberus Capital manages $26 billion in assets, including such familiar brands as Fila sporting goods, Mervyn’s department stores, Alamo and National rental cars, and Air Canada, yet somehow it keeps its own name out of the papers. In May, that changed. Condé Nast Portfolio senior writer Daniel Roth goes inside the secretive Wall Street firm to report on its highest-profile deal to date: the controversial purchase of automaker Daimler-Chrysler.
Read the full article, The Most Dangerous Deal in America, in the September 2007 issue of Portfolio.