A few links to kick off your morning:
* PE-backed movie theater chain AMC is taking another shot at the public markets, with a $500 million IPO filing. It had “suspended” a $790 million offering this past May — instead taking on a lot of extra debt. Get the story here.
* Two Wharton professors have determined that the average private equity firm makes more money on fees than on carried interest. Specifically, an average firm will collect $10.35 in fees for every $100 managed, compared to just $5.41 in carried interest. Tennille Tracy has the story.
* KKR and its lenders still can’t agree on the First Data debt terms, according to Bloomberg. This could mean that the bond sale gets pushed back into next week. Get the story here.
* Steve Syre asks how Harvard should spend its money.