Are recent health care mergers a good thing? Who are the winners and losers in these deals? Jeff Voigt finds answers in research on past consolidations.
A Delaware court upholds Appraisal Arbitrage, and that’s bad news for the average investor and market efficiency, explains Maurice Lefkort.
Stockholder plaintiffs demand a ransom for each public M&A transaction. Lawyer Maurice Lefkort offers two responses, including one from the recent mega IPO.
Big Acquisitions Are Transforming Banking and Other Industries. Will These Deals Work? The Answer May Lie in Managers’ Heads — and Policy Manuals
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Are Skills in Mergers, Alliances, and Rapid Transformation Becoming the Most Crucial Competency for the 21st Century?
With the passage of the 1996 Telecommunications Act, telecom companies are gearing up for the competitive battle of their lives
Strategic Realignments, new technologies and a raging bull market caused a frenzy of M&A activity in 1995. What have we learned from it, and what's ahead for 1996?