M& A Roundtable - Due diligence findings before a deal is done are becoming more critical, say professional analysts called in by acquirers to determine whether they are getting what they are paying for. The need for solid information reflects everything from the bigger bets consistently being made by business buyers to the proliferation of issues that can wreck a seemingly sound deal.
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Mergers & acquisitions. - New York, NY : Investment Dealers' Digest, ISSN 0026-0010, ZDB-ID 8628555. - Vol. 36.2001, 8, p. 20-28