ARTICLES - Corporate Finance - WHO SAYS IT'S A FAIR DEAL? - Just because an investment banker pronounces the price of a deal to be fair doesn't mean it is. Financial executives and investors tempted to rely on such opinions would do well to pursue their own due diligence independently. Case studies: The Cendant deal and the Tropical-Farah deal
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