Analysis: Biggest victims of private-equity deals are investors

Recent research finds that private-equity deals don't do much to destroy jobs or cut wages, but their returns to investors are poor. Managers' fees are so high that they profit even when their deals collapse. A study by researchers at Yale University and the University of California, Davis, found that private-equity companies get two-thirds of their income from fixed fees, regardless of performance.

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