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  • noun Plural form of acquiree.

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Examples

  • Dennis Crowley and Alex Rainert, co-founders of Dodgeball, are the latest acquirees to find out the hard way.

    Google Integrates Dodgeball

  • A number of these acquirees, purchased only two to three years ago, are now in mortal danger because of the debt piled on them by their private-equity buyers.

    Buffett Versus

  • A number of these acquirees, purchased only two to three years ago, are now in mortal danger because of the debt piled on them by their private-equity buyers.

    Warren Buffett

  • While most of Cisco's acquirees are within 20 miles of its Silicon Valley headquarters and have fewer than 300 employees, Scientific-Atlanta was based in Lawrenceville, Ga., and had 7,600 employees.

    Cisco Changes Tack

  • Unlike most acquirers, which forcibly graft their culture onto acquirees, Whole Foods adopted many of the successful practices of the companies it bought -- especially those of Boston-based Bread & Circus, renowned for its fresh produce, meat and seafood.

    THE GREEN MACHINE

  • Pinpointing risk on the balance sheets of potential acquirees these days isn't easy, and that makes it hard to set a price in a deal.

    Why J.P. Morgan

  • By the same token, selecting potential acquirees as key accounts may bring long-run benefits.

    KEY ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING

  • By the same token, selecting potential acquirees as key accounts may bring long-run benefits.

    KEY ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING

  • It would mean a new strength in the U.S. market, making us much more likely to be acquirers rather than acquirees in North America.

    The Business of Bank Mergers: A Sound Strategy for Canada

  • "While the list of future potential acquirees has definitely narrowed down with this large acquisition by TXN, a look ... shows many potential analog plays at 30% to 50% discounts to the 20x acquisition multiple," analysts at Sterne Agee said.

    MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

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