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Top 10 M&A Drivers for 2012- Are CEOs in a Tug of War room?

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  3. John D Goodman

    May 22, 2012 at 6:03 pm

    Excellent article, and totally unbiased.  One other factor I might have included that the business community continually brings up as a reason to take a wait and see position is the fear of new regulations coming out of Washington.  

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  5. Michael Salisbury

    May 29, 2012 at 10:31 pm

    As an HR guy, I am surprised that companies so often pursue an acquisition of a firm rather than go after the talent that makes the firm of value to begin with. Given the lack of success and the cost associated with the traditional company purchase, I think this option needs to be given more consideration.


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