Fortune’s Dan Primack asks “where are they now” five years after private equity’s golden age, when buyout firms raided the Fortune 500. In a quick breakdown of the 25 largest leveraged buyouts completed between 2005 and 2008, Primack finds seven have gone public, two have been sold, two partially sold, and two filed for IPOs. The biggest take away: Private equity firms are still stuck with the majority of these investments. [Source: Fortune]