The Arthur Young Management Guide to Mergers and Acquisitions
Richard S. Bibler
Wiley, May 2, 1989 - Business & Economics - 330 pages
An authoritative guide to mergers and acquisitions of corporations of all sizes. Covers financial, accounting and legal issues and presents strategies for both friendly and unfriendly takeovers. Also provides in-depth analysis of post-merger integration--probably the most critical factor for the success of a reorganization. Provides practical guidelines for managing acquisitions programs, supported by numerous real-life examples.
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STRATEGIC AND VALUATION ISSUES
Evaluating the Acquisition Candidate
Strategic Partnerships and Corporate Venture Investments
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