Marquez, Jessica
July 2009
Workforce Management;7/20/2009, Vol. 88 Issue 8, p4
The article discusses the merger of Watson Wyatt Worldwide and Towers Perrin and its impact on the services provided to its clients. The deal is stated to establish the largest Human Resource consulting firm in the world. It is stated that one indication of the uncertainty related to the deal was Watson Wyatt's stock price, which was down by 7.7 percent. Several experts have expressed their views on the deal.


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