Emotional decisions can cripple mergers

10/25/2009 | Chief Executive

Properly executing a merger takes discipline, Russ Banham writes, noting that failed acquisitions can usually be attributed to emotional decision making. Companies should be dispassionate before making the deal, he argues, and afterward look for ways to understand the culture of the acquired company, to make sure the union is a happy one.

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