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Edward M. Aaron

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RBC Capital Markets

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Can Whole Foods Survive Prolonged Economic Downturn?

www.perishablepundit.com [cached]

Edward Aaron, an analyst with RBC Capital Markets, said he estimates the company has signed leases for about 70 new stores in the coming years.
"The $64,000 question," he says, is how much flexibility it has to back out of leases or revise terms.


oh-4.com

In a research note, RBC Capital Markets analyst Ed Aaron said that they can't help thinking if this change would prompt Kraft to ultimately divest Maxwell House.
A terminated distribution deal with Starbucks might reduce up to 4 cents a share from Kraft's earnings, he said after a back-of-the-envelope calculation.


Estimates & Analysts

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Edward Aaron


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"I'd be surprised if there was a Honda and Harley-Davidson combination, basically for regulatory and cultural reasons," RBC Capital Markets analyst, Edward Aaron told Forbes.com on Friday.
"Harley is an iconic, American brand. I don't think it would be a great fit if they were under the ownership of a larger Japanese corporation." Aaron also said it was unlikely that Harley would be the target of a leveraged buyout. "Although an LBO is more plausible than a merger with Honda, the math behind such a transaction is not highly compelling," he said. He then added that Harley is already a well operated business with a high margin profile and it would be difficult for an LBO investor to both pay a meaningful premium at the current price and generate a suitable return.


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