So we have talked before about choosing which is right for you, merging or acquiring. If want it to go well, though, you’ve got to roll up your sleeves and do your homework, and this is what we’re addressing today – how to make the process as seamless as possible, how to anticipate possible hiccups. … More How To Prepare for A Merger or Acquisition: Part II of Our Mergers and Acquisitions Series
In a previous blog post we have discussed the economical situation known as inflation where prices for consumers are increasing. Here, the topic will switch to the opposite of inflation, which is deflation. Deflation is the reverse of inflation in that generally consumer prices are on a downward trend that is the effect by the … More Knowing Your Flations – Part II: Deflation
According to corporate finance, the concept of Economic Value Added (also known by the acronym of EVA™) is the estimate of a firm’s economic profit. In other words, it is the value above the return expected by investors. The return expected by investors is commonly referred to as cost of capital, which is the combination … More What is Economic Value Added?