Book Review: Financial Times, 1 August 2007

Posted on Monday, 6 August 2007. Filed under: Books on Intelligent M&A, Commentary |

The Financial Times published a long (almost 700 word) review of the book,  Intelligent M&A: Navigating the Mergers and Acquisitions Minefield, on 1 August 2007.  The review was entitled ‘Giving diligence its due’, and noted in summary that ‘the authors have strong points to make on any activity [M&A] in which thoroughness and common sense are sometimes lacking.’

The full review can be seen on FT.com at http://www.ft.com/cms/s/352c1298-403f-11dc-9d0c-0000779fd2ac,_i_rssPage=f38b85e4-51de-11da-9ca0-0000779e2340.html.

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The FT’s comment “The authors’ main argument, that business intelligence techniques should be applied at every stage of a takeover, is too general to have a practical application.

But for neophytes, such as managers who have little experience of corporate finance, or students, the book could be a useful guide, particularly at this point in the cycle.” is more aposit, if a little generous.


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