For David J. Morse, president at acquisition specialist/consultant Growth Paradigm LLC, transparency is critical when finalizing M&A deals.
Even in retirement, CEOs that turn to angel investment to support start-ups can be instrumental in providing more jobs, wealth for economies and social justice.
Acquiring a company is no easy task; and for some employees involved, it can be downright traumatic.
Bringing Disney and 21st Century Fox’s enormous content capabilities together provides Iger with an opportunity to take on the big players in the digital media space, but success is far from a slam dunk.
Given the current cyber environment, one would expect cybersecurity assessment to be a standard component in the M&A due diligence tool kit. Surprisingly, that’s not always the case.
Successfully positioning a small company for buyout takes more than simply pioneering an idea or product in the right niche and performing well enough in the marketplace for a big corporation to recognize its value.
Second-quarter deal volumes in the U.S. have slumped to a four-year low, as the market awaits progress on the president's agenda.
Quarterly deal values have already reached a decade high.
Companies that can expand capabilities in data mining and the Internet of Things were increasingly targeted by CEOs outside Silicon Valley.
When it comes to two of their oldest tech brands—OnStar and Watson—both General Motors CEO Mary Barra and IBM CEO Virginia Rometty face the challenge of optimizing platforms that haven’t been delivering the results they could.