Market Watchers

Davis, Avram
October 2009
Mergers & Acquisitions Report;10/26/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 43, p20
The article highlights the trend wherein publicly-held companies use their own stock as a funding method when buying rival companies, particularly after the Dow Jones Industrial Average beat the 10,000 mark in October 2009. John E. Mack III, co-managing director at Imperial Capital, noted the significance of making acquisitions that help a company's bottom line. Examples of deals involving the strategy include the purchase of Intellon Corp. by Atheros Communications, Inc., and the acquisition of Microsoft Corp.'s Razorfish unit by Publicis Groupe SA.


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