Five years after being purchased from Ford by a Kuwait-based financial firm, Aston Martin reportedly is seeking an equity injection. According to Private Equity News, the British sports-car maker told debt investors during a discussion of third-quarter financial results it “was at an advanced stage to secure a capital increase, which will ensure (the auto maker) can deliver its medium- and long-term growth plans.” Front-runners in the quest for a stake in the auto maker ...

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