A new study from the University of British Columbia suggests the more women on a corporate board, the less the company pays for its acquisitions
Considering the potential liability and delays in closing that can arise if the real estate component of an M&A transaction is not properly handled, companies would be wise to do everything in their
Fairness opinions from financial advisers—a tool relied upon by a public company's board of directors when considering a sale—have become a hot topic in Delaware
Courts are seeing an explosion of suits against businesses involving M&A litigation, False Claims Act suits, and class actions related to food labeling, according to a new litigation trends report fr
A merger or acquisition can be an especially stressful time for a company's legal department, because the in-house lawyers often are overseeing details of the deal while at the same time they are ada
New SEC rules require promoters of hedge funds to investigate the backgrounds of directors, general partners, and anyone who owns a significant share of the entity
In connection with a sale of the company, the board of directors of the target faces the formidable task of discharging its fiduciary duties to its stockholders in a context in which the board's acti
The Securities Edge blogger Gregory Bader offers tips that board members can use to protect themselves from the hostility of a hostile (or not-so-hostile) takeover
On the fifth anniversary of the 2008 financial crisis, the consultant Mergermarket has released data showing that 2013 had the most active summer quarter for mergers and acquisitions, by value, since
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