Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A)

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Mergers and acquisitions is a term that is used when talking about the consolidation of two companies. In a merger, two companies of similar sizes combine to create one new legal entity. Acquisitions are where a larger company takes control of a smaller company and assumes ownership of its business.

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