A Note to Our Readers

Peak, Martha H.
November 1989
Management Review;Nov89, Vol. 78 Issue 11, p2
Academic Journal
Editorial. Discusses the use of merger and acquisition (M&A) strategies by companies as an early-growth mechanism. Purchasers' source of fund; Executives who accept the risks of M&A; Financial risks involved in M&A.


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