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This is a step by step how to guide that should be in the arsenal of every CEO and senior executive. This valuable resource walks the listener through the due diligence stages of a real life M & A in a How To manner and without the complicated industry technical jargon.

Whether a company is public or private, there are few methods of rapid expansion that can rival a powerful Mergers and Acquisitions campaign. M&A is the lifeblood of companies seeking globalization and diversified channels of distribution. This audiobook offers easy to follow insight into the identification, due diligence and facilitation of a prototypical merger or acquisition. It is is a Must Have for all entrepreneurs, C-level executives and those who want to increase their knowledge of the inner workings of expedited corporate expansion. The Book on Mergers and Acquisitions is published by New Renaissance Corporation.

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About the Author

James Scott is a former investigative reporter with the Post and Courier in Charleston, South Carolina, where he was named Journalist of the Year in 2003 by the South Carolina Press Association. A 2007 Nieman Fellow for Journalism at Harvard University, Scott is the author of The Attack on the Liberty, which won the Samuel Eliot Morison Award. He lives in Charleston, South Carolina.