Cargill Hedge Fund in Chaos as Fat Salary, Feud Sink Sale PlanBy and
Cargill abandons effort to sell $10 billion investment arm
CarVal President Brice sued Cargill for wrongful dismissal
When agricultural giant Cargill Inc. put its investment arm up for sale last year, it had all the looks of a simple and quick transaction. Goldman Sachs was in charge of shopping the $10 billion firm, known as CarVal Investors, and powerhouses like Blackstone and Carlyle were among those sniffing around.
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