Robert Maxwell Takes A Long Step Back
'Cash is king," advised Robert Maxwell after the October, 1987, stock market crash. Too bad he didn't heed his own words. Barely a year later, the British publishing mogul embarked on an astounding buying spree, paying $3.35 billion for book publisher Macmillan Inc. and Official Airline Guides Inc. All of the money for these acquisitions was borrowed.
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