While some Wall Street investment funds can't get away from Hollywood fast enough, investment firm Dune Capital Management is in the midst of extending its long financing relationship with 20th…
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In one of the largest entertainment refinancings in recent years, Lionsgate Entertainment is prepping to restructure up to $750 million in corporate debt, allowing the company to lower the interest…
In a sign of renewed confidence in MGM, a number of banks have signed on to the Lion's plan to refinance the $500 million in debt it took on after emerging from bankruptcy in 2010.
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