WSJ: Rich Karlgaard: The Future Is More Than Facebook; Social media is already passé in Silicon Valley. America's innovation engine is now focused on transportation, energy and manufacturing, May 16, 2012
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If two overconfident testosterone loaden banker dealers dance tango for a deal, things might not turn out right. Put them in a cold shouwer befort starting to gegotiate. Values have to to with fundamentals of the bursiness.Take testosterone guys out of t… more »
If politicians and bankers "put to rest some of the concerns about the European debt crisis," explains Frank Aquila, partner at Sullivan & Cromwell, "you could see a period starting in the fourth quarter that would be very very robust for M&A act… more »
CNBC: Global M&A Seen Rising, But at Slower Pace, June 24, 2011
Shadows are beginning to fall over the pitch books of merger and acquisition bankers.
Announced M&A deals declined in this year's second quarter from the previous three months,… more »
This is an interesting Wall Street Journal article on Chinese acquisitions of European companies. Chinese acquirers are looking for technologies and market access. For European sellers there might arise new opportunities to expand in the Chinese market:… more »
I am just have the opportunity to take part in one of the regular high-caliber negotiation seminars of The Corporate Finance Group. We were dealing with the question when to apply an auction and under what circumstances an auction can lead to better resu… more »
While LinkedIn's spectacular debut indicates investor demand for social media, we won't see a frenzy of its peers rushing to the public markets. But we may see more M&A in the sector, says NeXt BDC Capital co-founder Michael Moe. LinkedIn IPO ma… more »
Waud Capital's Reeve Waud expressed concern about the deficits created by spiraling healthcare costs and said that 'controls on cost' will be key to effective healthcare reform.
Healthcare reform affects deals from The Deal on Vimeo.
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Is it really as bad as Mr. Davidoff writes? Big Wall Street firms still have a vital role in the economy. It can be assumed that their reputation will improve over time - unless they make bigger mistakes again.The financial crisis also opened room fo… more »
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Robert Parker, senior advisor at Credit Suisse, says corporate cash in the United States is at a 55-year high and that a significant portion of this money will be deployed in M&A activity:
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