mergers and acquisitions
Why You Should Bring Customers to the M&A Table
Deal-makers often don’t consider customers, according to a global branding consultancy. When they do, everybody wins.
How High Will Broadcom Go?
Paying $90 a share for Qualcomm would represent a large leap from Broadcom's initial bid last November.
Failed M&A Deals Continue to Increase
Massive study of M&A transactions over 25 years generates insights on why announced deals fail to close.
Strong Deal Intensity Can Backfire
The best approach to M&A in the software space is to make a number of modest-size deals that accelerate an existing strategy, according to EY research.
What Kind of Value Generator is Your Company?
Is your company a golden goose, a unicorn, or a ship of the desert?
This Year’s Interest Rate Hikes Won’t Stifle M&A
A number of other coinciding economic factors likely ensure that 2017 will be another strong year for dealmaking.
Class-Action Filings Hit Record in U.S. Courts
The 43% increase in securities cases to 270 last year largely reflects "forum shopping" in the wake of a Delaware court ruling.
Top 15 Risk Factors for M&A
Sixty percent of financial professionals say overpaying for deals is the biggest M&A risk factor facing buyers next year, according to new research.
Don’t Neglect Security in M&A Due Diligence
A good business decision can turn bad very quickly if security becomes an afterthought.
M&A in 2017: Starting to Cool Off?
Some signs point to another year of strong activity, but others suggest it may soon be time to wrap up that deal you've been working on.
Mega-Deals Fuel Record Month for M&A Activity
The upcoming presidential election hasn't dampened activity, with U.S. firms striking $248.9 billion of merger agreements this month.