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Mergers and Aquisitions

Planning and Action

Edited by G. Richard Young

Routledge – 2003 – 248 pages

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Description

Thoroughly discussing the problems of uniting two independent companies (problems which are commonly underestimated), this book covers a wide range of subjects such as: laws and regulations governing mergers; consideration of financial and material resources; tax views; research and development prospects, as well as the matching and augmenting of skills and equipment of both companies and the adjustments to be made to stock-holders and servicers.

The issues of morale, retaining trained personnel, and the rearrangement of employee benefits and pensions are also examined.

Check lists, tabulated examples, a hypothetical case history and a comprehensive bibliography made up the extensive appendices.

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