mergers and acquisitions Archives

Lessons to be learned from the rumored Target acquisition

In our last post, we highlighted the potential for 2018 to be another banner year for mergers and acquisitions. The new tax reform bill will potentially free up cash for companies to make acquisitions to strengthen their place in the marketplace and to put them in strategic positions for future growth. But as we have noted in a number of our posts, a major corporate purchase must make sense for both entities involved.

Reasons for small businesses to celebrate this holiday season

The holiday season is traditionally set for year-end parties to celebrate the accomplishments a company made during the year. While this undoubtedly is a reality for many small businesses, it would not be surprising to see such celebrations because of what is expected to come in 2018.

Does good news help with prospective mergers?

With the holiday season beginning in earnest for retailers, toymakers are likely very popular among consumers. Within the world of corporate mergers and acquisitions, Mattel and Hasbro are rumored to be hot commodities as they discuss the possibility of joining forces.

Sprint, T-Mobile call off merger

With the holiday shopping season looming, retailers are making final preparations for their offerings in order to maximize profitability. After all there is a reason the day after Thanksgiving is dubbed “Black Friday.” For cell phone service providers Sprint and T-Mobile, this ostensibly means clearing the air about the suspected merger between them.

Trends that could affect businesses through 2017 and beyond

Indeed, we do not regularly discuss politics or political actions on this blog, but it is naïve to believe that politics does not influence business trend. Being knowledgeable about political trends can help businesses make important decisions that could affect them for years to come.

In need of funding? Reverse mergers may provide capital.

If you have been following our blog, you know that venture capital deals have declined in the New York area in second quarter of this year. A PricewaterhouseCoopers report has revealed that a third quarter count of deals made during Q3 were limited to 999. The first quarter of 2013 was the last time the deal count headed below 1000. If your young company is searching for funding, these statistics do not bode well for your bottom line.

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