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Before Investing in a Corporate Marriage, Imagine the Nasty Divorce

October 2, 2014

Why do some mergers and acquisitions work out in spectacular fashion, yet others fail miserably? The worst part is, when a corporate marriage ends in divorce, an embarrassed management team is often left selling off the scraps for a fraction of what they paid—and… read article

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