Highland Capital takes 48% of American HomePatient

April 13th, 2007
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Highland Capital Management upped its stake in American HomePatient to almost 48%. This came after several other large investors, including Loeb Partners, dumped their stakes in the company totaling over 16 percent of outstanding shares. American HomePatient provides home healthcare services and products consisting primarily of respiratory therapy services, home infusion therapy services, and the rental and sale of home medical equipment and home health care supplies.
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Highland Capital Management
Related People: Brad Means; Greg Stuecheli; James Dondero; Mark Okada; Patrick H. Daugherty; Paul Kauffman
Related Entities: Highland Credit Strategies Fund; Highland Floating Rate Fund & Highland Floating Rate Advantage Fund; Highland Private Equity Strategy; Highland Real Estate Strategy; Highland Long/Short Equity Fund
Related Article Tags: Shareholder Activists, Corporate Raiders and Proxy Battles

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