Does fierce competition lead to better quality products and services? The evidence in the airline industry suggests it does
The practice of buying out the competition just to neutralize potential disruption has implications for both consumers and future innovation
M&As have a reputation for draining the value of acquiring firms. It doesn’t have to be that way: a long-term focus and deep pockets flip the script
Syndicates of diverse private equity firms can overcome the institutional barriers to cross-border leveraged buyouts
When acquiring a faraway firm in the same industry, companies too often scrimp on the “soft” intel
Is a firm’s strategic direction defined merely by its core competency or something deeper?
Activist “wolf packs” target bigger firms and generate juicy returns
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