The Dealmaker's Journal - Payoffs for Buyers Who Probe a Target's intellectual Property - Many acquirers are not making optimum use of the intellectual properties that target companies bring with them. The problem often begins with a cursory, rather than thorough, evaluation of the target's smart assets and a resulting inability to understand what new capabilities are in house. A solid IP audit ...
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Mergers & acquisitions. - New York, NY : Investment Dealers' Digest, ISSN 0026-0010, ZDB-ID 8628555. - Vol. 33.1999, 6, p. 46-50
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