Acquisitions, Mergers, Sales, Buyouts, and Takeovers: A Handbook with Forms
Prentice Hall, Business & Professional Division, 1991 - Business & Economics - 526 pages
Acquisitions, mergers, sales, buyouts and takeovers are challenging, interesting and complex transactions. They require a concentrated effort by a team of business managers and professionals working in close cooperation to achieve a successful result. This is a guide to all phases of buying and selling businesses.
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CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT AND STRATEGIES
The Sellers Point of View
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accepted accounting principles accounting acquired acquisition contract agree Agreement allocated amended amount antitrust applicable assets basis benefit bidder broker buyer and seller capital cash flow Certificate Closing Date Code Section Common Stock cost courts debt depreciation directors disclosure earnings effect employees equity ERISA Escrow Exchange Agent Exchange Commission fair market value federal Federal Trade Commission filing financial statements finder funds holders Internal Revenue Code Internal Revenue Service investment investors issued issuer Item laws leveraged buyouts liability limited loan material ment Merger Corporation methods negotiations number of shares obligations offeror operating option outstanding parties payment percent period person pooling of interests preferred stock purchase price pursuant registration statement reorganization representations and warranties Rule Schedule 13D Securities and Exchange sell seller's business shareholders stockholders subsidiary takeover target company tax-free taxable tender offer termination tion trade transaction transfer valuation voting stock