Maytag: Takeover Strategies

Case Solution

Artur Raviv, Rod N. Feuer, Parth Mehrotra, Peter Rossmann
Kellogg School of Management ()

On April 22, 2005, Maytag Corporation’s stock price fell 28 percent after the company reported disappointing first-quarter results and significantly lowered its 2005 earnings outlook. Material costs and distribution costs. Maytag’s management and board of directors understood the need to make strategic decisions to change the fortunes of their company. Maytag could come up with a drastic turnaround plan and stay independent, either by selling to a large domestic competitor like Whirlpool or a foreign company like Haier, or by opting for a private sale to a financial buyer (Ripplewood).

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