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Jeld-Wen's President Touts Shift to a Sales-Focused Culture

"We will be successful even if there is no change" in the housing market, Orsino promises More

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Jeld-Wen Delays Planned $575M Bond Sale

Jeld-Wen put on hold its plans for a $575 million bond sale, then found itself disputing an Oregon newspaper's report suggesting that the window and door maker was facing potential bankruptcy unless it can restart the process and proceed with plans to be taken over by a Canadian investment firm. More

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Jeld-Wen Waits for Stronger Markets Before Selling Bonds

Window and door manufacturer decided to wait to sell bonds and has yet to price or actually sell any bonds, which have been given a "junk" rating by Standard and Poor's More

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Jeld-Wen Names Orsino President

Jeld-Wen appointed Philip Orsino as president. The move comes a little over two weeks after Jeld-Wen announced that Onex Corp., a North American investment firm based in Toronto, would purchase a 58% stake in the company. More

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Onex To Take Majority Control of Jeld-Wen

Onex Corp. now plans to take majority control in Jeld-Wen Holdings by increasing the amount of its investment in the window and door manufacturer to $864 million from $675 million and upping its stake to 58% from 39%. More

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Onex Increases Investment in Jeld-Wen From $675M to $864M

Onex Corp. amended its agreement to invest in Jeld-Wen Holdings by increasing the amount of its invested in the window and door manufacturer from $675 million to $864 million. More

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Canadian Equity Firm Buys 39% Stake in Jeld-Wen

Onex Corp., one of Canada's biggest private equity firms, will invest $675 million and acquire a 39% stake in Jeld-Wen Holding Inc., the Oregon-based window and door manufacturer. More

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