Boards with bankers said more likely to take on M&A

November 2013
Journal of Business (10756124);11/7/2013, Vol. 28 Issue 23, p35
Trade Publication
The article offers information related to a study from the University of Iowa, according to which firms with an investment banker on their boards of directors pursue mergers and acquisitions more often.


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