The long anticipated infusion of cash into Fairchild Aerospace is expected to occur early this quarter, but the deal outlined last week will mean control of the company will pass to new owners, and it's already resulted in top management changes, notably the departure of President Jim Robinson. Investment bankers Clayton, Dubilier&Rice, Inc. (CD&R) and Allianz Capital Partners (ACP), part of Allianz Group, said Tuesday they formed an alliance to acquire Fairchild Aerospace ...
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