Features - Accounting for Customer Relationships in Mergers and Acquisitions - The Financial Accounting Standards Board's recent rules on accounting for mergers creates a disconnect between how merger partners actually are evaluated and how FASB wants merging companies to account for the combination. This valuation expert uses some illustrative real-life examples to define the issues for ...
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