Mergers and Acquisitions

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Mergers and Acquisitions

A term referring to any process by which two companies become one. In a merger, two companies integrate their operations, management, stock, and everything else, while, in an acquisition, one company buys another. Mergers and acquisitions may also refer to all legal, financial, and other issues involved before a merger or acquisition can take place.
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The HedgeStreet Exchange announced today it will list seven new contracts enabling traders to take positions on whether certain high-profile corporate mergers or acquisitions will occur in the near future.
However, since corporate merger statutes historically contemplated that only one corporation survived a merger, no specific liquidation requirement is necessary for statutory mergers under Sec.
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While Union Central is now better positioned in a fiercely competitive market, Fitch believes execution risk exists as with any corporate merger.
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Citigroup, Inc (NYSE: C) announced that it has appointed a head of corporate mergers.
I'd tell them that instead of giving tax breaks to the rich, financing corporate mergers, and leading us into unnecessary wars .
And many records were lost or discarded in the myriad corporate mergers over the decades.
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