August 17, 2018

M&Ain’t: Several Of The Year’s Biggest Mergers Face Uncertain Future

Some of the most prominent and anticipated mergers of the year appear to be in a holding pattern, and the trend is nothing new.

The failure rate of mergers and acquisitions teeters between 70 and 90 percent, according to the 2011 Harvard Business Review study.

The high failure rate is a direct result of companies’ inability to determine the strategic purpose of deals and how specific plans will enhance or stunt growth, according to the Harvard study.

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