When companies first begin to struggle, they often try to stop the bleeding on their own. When they run into serious trouble, they call Steve Miller.
Arguably the best “Mr. Fix-It” in corporate America, Miller cemented his reputation in the 1980s, when he was the lead architect of an unprecedented refinancing plan that saved Chrysler from financial ruin. He later took on similar challenges for Waste Management, Bethlehem Steel, Federal-Mogul, and Aetna.