- n. Plural form of merger.
“Mr. Wasserstein, who died last year, was sometime known as "Bid 'em up Bruce," for his ability to extract ever high bids in mergers and acquisitions.”
“Insurers argue that greater consolidation allows them to negotiate for cheaper prices with providers, but the recent growth in mergers has failed to lower premiums.”
“It could also provide needed stability for the equity markets because companies would expand their activity in mergers and acquisitions, and would pay dividends or buy back stock.”
“The business sector's record on mergers is probably worse than the public sector's: by some estimates 80% of mergers end up crippling the companies involved and shredding shareholder value.”
“The continent already has seen a record $54 billion in mergers and acquisitions this year, including Wal-Mart Stores 'offer of more than $4 billion for South Africa's Massmart Holdings last week.”
“WSJ: We are increasingly seeing foreign state-owned enterprises becoming involved in mergers and acquisitions.”
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“By contrast, in mergers, the new combination of airlines takes long to rationalize routes, and when they do, they still charge low rates since fares never really increased the way they could have, due to sudden disappearance of competition from a route.”
“The goal of mergers is to generally extract value by streamlining operations.”
“Investors wanted capital gains instead of dividends, which resulted in mergers and acquisitions.”
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