Mergers & Acquisitions: Text & Cases by B Rajesh Kumar

By B Rajesh Kumar

This publication is a easy source fabric for the scholars, students and practitioners within the box of mergers and acquisitions (m&a). It discusses worldwide m&a developments and specializes in the emergence of m&a wave in india. The theoretical points concerning m&a are amply illustrated with assistance from lots of instances. it's also a evaluation of study reports on m&a to judge the luck of the phenomenon.

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Multiple mergers have made GlaxoSmithKline a master at controlling change, from operations to country specific labelling. GlaxoSmithKline has grown through four major M&As in the last 15 years. 6 billion in 1997. Merrill Lynch followed a well-forged highly tuned strategy between acquisitions and green field investments. Tyco a diversified manufacturing and services company, with offerings ranging from fire and safety systems to underwater telecom systems, has been very aggressive in making acquisitions.

Com, Monday, August 09, 2004 23. 'Health Boosters', Business World, March 18, 2002 24. 'In Consolidation Mode', Market News, Business India, April 15-28, 2002 25. India Advisory Partners Survey 2002 26. 'Introspecting Competitiveness of the Textile Sector in Southern Region', Study by Confederation of Indian Industry 2003 27. Investment Banking Series, 'Mergers & Acquisitions -New Perspectives' ICFAI 2001 28. James Winterbotham, Kai Taraporevala, 'M&A Scene in India -A Tepid HI 2004', Business Line, Wednesday August 2004 29.

In the late 1990s, Siemens spent around $8 billion on acquisitions over four and a half years. Cisco Systems has pursued a well-articulated strategy of expanding its products range through acquisition of small, niche companies. During the period 1994-2000, it acquired about 50 companies at the cost of $20 billion. General Electric made over 100 acquisitions each The McGraw-Hill Companies Perspectives on Mergers and Acquisitions 35 year during the period 1996-2000. AT&T has spent over $100 billion on acquisitions since 1998.

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