Lehman

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Trilantic Capital Partners
... The firm was formerly known as Lehman Brothers Merchant Banking (LBMB), the buyout arm of Lehman Brothers ... Trilantic was formed by its five founding partners as part of the bankruptcy of Lehman, the LBMB business was sold to its partners and a minority interest was acquired ... The original Lehman group, which was based in New York City, was founded in 1986 and is currently investing from a $2.6 billion fund raised prior to the bankruptcy of Lehman ...
Lehman's Hardware
... Lehman's Hardware is a retail store located in Kidron, Ohio ... Lehman's also maintains a smaller, more traditional hardware store in Mount Hope, Ohio, where their Amish customers may shop with less interference from curious tourists ...
Lehman's Hardware - Relationship With Amish Community
... Many Amish served by the Lehman stores are now vendors, building 40 to 50 of the products that Lehman's sells ... Lehman's ability to tap into the Amish tradition of craftsmanship came from its decades-long commitment to providing the Amish with the goods they needed ... In turn, now Amish craftsmen provide Lehman's with exclusive lines of products that would otherwise vanish ...
History - Shearson Lehman Hutton
... In 1988, Shearson Lehman acquired E.F ... On December 3, 1987, Hutton agreed to a merger with Shearson Lehman in a $1 billion ($2,020,796,719 today) deal ... in 1988, and the merged firm was named Shearson Lehman Hutton, Inc ...
Lehman's Hardware - Flood and Recovery
... the North Fork Creek, part of which runs beneath the Lehman's store, overflowed its banks, flash flooding the store ... Without flood insurance, Lehman's was left to absorb an estimated $100,000 in damage ... hours of the day and lasted less than three hours, Lehman's employees were advised to report to work dressed for cleanup ...

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