Study: Hostile takeovers are a thing of the past

01/31/2014 | Strategy+Business online (free registration)

The corporate raids of the 1970s and '80s are a thing of the past, research suggests, with mergers now as likely to be initiated by the company being sold. "Overall, firms benefit most from mergers and acquisitions when they target companies up and down their supply chain, within their own industry, and in sectors that will enable them to differentiate their product offerings," writes Matt Palmquist.

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