Mating Markets With Cultures for a Better Deal - Corporate behaviors -- The visible actions that exemplify corporate cultures -- Are tailored by individual companies to how they must compete and thrive in given markets. Different approaches to markets can be the primary source of friction between acquirers and targets during postmerger integration. Clashes can be averted if the two sides recognize ...
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Mergers & acquisitions. - New York, NY : Investment Dealers' Digest, ISSN 0026-0010, ZDB-ID 8628555. - Vol. 33.1999, 4, p. 17-22
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