For CEOs in the private equity space, 2008 was bruising on many fronts. Last year, there was $986.5 million in mergers and acquisitions in the U.S., down 37.2% from $1.57 billion the previous year, according to Sandy Anglin, a research analyst at Thomson Reuters. She says a lack of financing has reduced the number of deals. But some firms grew in spite of the tight market.
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