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Clayton, Dubilier & Rice
Clayton, Dubilier & Rice is a private equity firm based in New York City that claimed to have $17 billion dollars invested in 52 companies in 2018.
This section lists mergers that I encounter in other research.
- 1978: Company founded by JosClayton, Dubilier & Riceeph L. Rice III, Martin H. Dubilier and Eugene Clayton.
- 1995: CDR bought Kraft's food-service division $690 million which it renamed Alliant.
- 2001: CDR Sold Alliant to Royal Ahold for $1.45 billion in cash, plus the assumption of $750 million in debt.
- 2007: CDR acquired ServiceMaster from Cook Industries. Service Master owned Terminex, Merry Maids and other services.
- 2007: CDR moved ServiceMaster's headquarters from Downers Grove, Il to Memphis, Tn.
- 2014: ServiceMaster held an IPO on the NYSE with the symbol SERV.
- 2007: CDR and Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. acquired US Foodservice from Royal Ahold for $7.1 Billion.
- 2011: CDR took Emergency Medical Services Company private for $2.9 billion plus assumption of $300 million in debt.
- 2017: CDR changed the name of EMSC to Envision Healthcare Corporation.
- 2017: CDR held IPO for Envision with symbol EVHC. The IPO raised $966 million with CDR retaining $3.2 billion.5
- 2012: CDR acquired David's Bridal from Leonard Green.
- 2018: David's Bridal filed chapter 11 with $400 million in debt.
- 2019: Oaktree Capital Management acquired the firm in bankruptcy.
- 2015: CDR invested in Vets First Choice.
- 2017: CDR made an additional $223 million investment in Vets First Choice.
- 2018: Vets First Choice merged with the veterinary products divsion of Henry Schein with the new name Covetrus.
- 2019: Covetrus held an IPO with the symbol CVET.
- 2017: CDR acquired Carestream Dental Imaging (formerly Kodak Medical Group from Onex Corporation.
- Wikipedia - Clayton Dubilier and Rice (Drawn 9/14/2018)
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