Companies plan mergers and acquisitions because they see opportunity in the deal — but so do their competitors. As soon as your M&A deal is announced, your rivals could be calling your target’s clients inviting them to jump ship.
Starting with tax years beginning in 2018, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) will lower the ceiling for business interest deductions for manufacturers with more than $25 million in average annual gross receipts.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) lowered corporate income taxes overall and established new categories for foreign income subject to taxation. But the fine print also contains a narrow section that U.S.
A: When a business seller isn’t quite ready to commit to an M&A transaction but still wants to keep its prospective buyer interested, it can offer a break fee (also called a breakup fee).
Blockchain is a new database technology that enables users to share constantly updated documents across a network. It promises unprecedented efficiency and seems poised to make M&A negotiations and due diligence faster, more accurate and cheaper.
In the corporate world, a disruptor typically is a start-up company whose business model is built on upending the status quo. A disruptor’s success can potentially make an industry’s established players yesterday’s news.
“Tuck-in” acquisitions occur when a larger company acquires a smaller one with similar products and services and folds that business into its existing operations. Although popular, these transactions don’t always run as smoothly as their name might imply.