Description - Mergers and Acquisitions by J. Fred Weston
This is the handy paperback edition of McGraw-Hill's One-Volume, "MBA-Level M&A Course". More than ever before, decision-makers in profitable, high-growth businesses and industries must keep on top of the latest M&A strategies and techniques. "Mergers & Acquisitions" will show you how to fully exploit today's myriad M&A opportunities, as you learn how to defend your firm against unwelcome takeover attempts. Hundreds of vital M&A issues are covered in depth, including: valuation and accounting methods; assessing strategic fit; legal and regulatory frameworks; merging corporate cultures; restructuring and financial engineering; and, postmerger integration.Affordable and transportable, this paperback edition of "Mergers & Acquisitions" - the popular McGraw-Hill guide based on UCLA's Executive Education M&A program - provides you with every word, chart, case study, and statistic found in the hardcover. Look to the McGraw-Hill "Executive MBA Series" for straight-talking, technique-filled books, written by front-line executive education professors and modeled after the programs of top business schools.
The other paperback titles in the series include: "Sales Management", "Finance & Accounting for Nonfinancial Managers", and "Corporate Strategy".
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Author Biography - J. Fred Weston
J. Fred Weston, Ph.D., is Professor Emeritus Recalled of Managerial Economics and Finance at the John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA. Since 1968, he has been Director of the UCLA Research Program on Takeovers and Restructuring. Samuel C. Weaver, Ph.D., is associate professor of finance at Lehigh University, where he formerly served as the Theodore A. Lauer Adjunct Professor of Finance. He is a veteran of over 100 acquisition valuations and numerous other restructuring activities.