Slower Tech M&A Forecast in 2008

Schachter, Ken
February 2008
Red Herring;2/20/2008, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the prediction of researcher 451 Group on technology merger and acquisition activity in 2008. According to 451 Group, mergers and acquisitions in the technology sector will slow down. Goldman Sachs still garnered the top technology merger & acquisition advisor for three consecutive years while Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley followed suit.


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