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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/1/11 ENTP 301 Prof. Fitz Gibbon
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6/1/11 A corporate strategy for buying, selling or combining different companies. A merger is the melding or integrating of two firms into one, involving stock swaps and or cash. An acquisition is the purchase of one company by another: friendly or hostile
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6/1/11 ACQUISITION Often said as one word, mergers and acquisitions are two different things. When one company takes over another one it is an acquisition: legally the taken over company ceases to exist. Usually a bigger company overtakes a smaller one. The larger company’s stock continues to be traded.
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6/1/11 MERGER Usually involves two companies of the same size who combine to form a single larger entity. Their accounting books are merged Their individual stocks are dissolved and replaced by one new company stock.
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