TROY, MI – Wall Street has it all wrong when it comes to U.S.-based auto makers and suppliers – and that’s what has private equity ready to pounce, says Timothy D. Leuliette, an industry veteran who now runs a private-equity firm of his own. The U.S. auto industry is widely unappreciated and undervalued by investors, making the sector particularly ripe for private equity to step in, says the chairman and CEO of financial advisory and investment firm Leuliette Partners LLC. “(The ...
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