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Fujifilm wins appeal in Xerox merger deal (access required)

Xerox Corp.’s merger woes aren’t over yet. A New York Appellate court on Tuesday overturned preliminary injunctions that blocked Fujifilm Holdings Corp. from moving forward with a planned $6.1 billion merger of the two companies. “Plaintiffs failed to show bad ...

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Harris to combine with defense contractor L3 Technologies in ‘merger of equals’ (access required)

Harris Corp. and L3 Technologies Inc. have agreed to a “stock merger of equals” to create a global defense technology leader. Some 3,600 of Harris’ 17,000 staffers are employed at five locations in Rochester. “This transaction extends our position as ...

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Determining a company’s value can be a complex process

“What’s the value of my company?” It’s a question that we’re constantly fielding from entrepreneurs operating companies of varying sizes across a broad range of industries. They frequently expect a formula-driven answer, failing to appreciate the breadth of valuation methods, ...

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Why some brilliant merger deals end up failing

When mergers and acquisitions work out as planned, the result can be a thing of beauty. Synergies are realized, efficiencies reaped, market share expanded and employee teams melded into precisely humming clockwork. But there are times when M&As do not ...

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Finding the right option when facing an acquisition

More companies are finding themselves in the crosshairs of potential buyers as 2017 is on pace to be one of the largest ever for mergers and acquisitions in terms of value. “It’s a seller’s market right now. There’s not a ...

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