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  • SEBI said that a number of public shareholders would be denied an exit opportunity if the acquirer's shareholding increased, making it detrimental to them.

    Arvind Denies Violation of Takeover Code

  • From an acquirer's viewpoint, escrow claims take place because "no matter how good or thorough the due diligence is, there's still opportunity for unknown things to happen," he said.

    Cashing Out Start-Ups Gets More Complicated

  • That can make transactions more complex and emotional, with worries often centering around a for-profit acquirer's commitment to a hospital's charity role.

    Hospital Merger Rejected

  • But in deals that aren't between direct rivals—"vertical" deals—it has taken a different approach, allowing deals but imposing legally binding restrictions on the acquirer's ability to use its prize to unfairly harm competitors.

    AT&T Case Shows Antitrust Mettle

  • Generally, once the deal closes, any liabilities become the acquirer's.

    How Boards Should Do Deal-Making--And Don't

  • That arcane measure reflects the difference between a target company's stock price and the per-share value of the acquirer's offer.

    Banks Woo Funds With Private Peeks

  • So in most failures, it's true, the acquirer's been willing to pay us enough where we actually get more money by selling all the deposits to them and protecting all the deposits versus imposing a loss on the uninsured.

    FDIC Doesn't Insure Everything

  • -- Think hard before larding on other services; in an acquirer's mind, they might put you into the "people business" group.

    The Importance Of Making A Product

  • So in most failures, it's true, the acquirer's been willing to pay us enough where we actually get more money by selling all the deposits to them and protecting all the deposits versus imposing a loss on the uninsured.

    Transcript: Sheila Bair

  • So in most failures, it's true, the acquirer's been willing to pay us enough where we actually get more money by selling all the deposits to them and protecting all the deposits versus imposing a loss on the uninsured.

    FDIC Doesn't Insure Everything

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