A Break for Buyers on Inheriting Pollution Problems - A Supreme Court decision has taken some of the sting out of acquiring a company with expensive environmental problems. The court's decision held that parent companies do not automatically pick up the liabilities incurred by subsidiaries, including those no longer in existence. In most cases, the parent actually must operate the sub to get stuck ...
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Mergers & acquisitions. - New York, NY : Investment Dealers' Digest, ISSN 0026-0010, ZDB-ID 8628555. - Vol. 33.1999, 4, p. 33-37
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