This book is dedicated to three groups of people - investors, advisors, and academics. Investors are always concerned with "what to do" concerning money. Financial Advisors are always concerned with "how to do it" concerning money. Professors and students are always concerned with "why to do it" concerning money. This text actively engages the members of all three of those groups and it provides industrial strength solutions from economic history, from three decades of mergers and acquisitions history, so that people will gain an insight into the what, how, and the why of how money was actually made, and by whom, concerning corporate mergers and acquisitions. If you are looking for a repository reference that ties all three of these aspects together in one place - this book is for you.
Published: 13th January 2014