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Mergers Never Work? Google Doesn’t Agree

By Kevin on August 28, 2010 in m&a, Strategy
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Many people believe that mergers and acquisitions rarely work. In fact, Wharton Professor Robert Holthausen claims that hundreds of studies prove that mergers and acquisitions fail from 50-80% of the time.

Google would be surprised to hear that. See this cool graphic that shows how they’ve acquired 78 companies in 10 years.

– Kevin

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Kevin Kruse is a NY Times bestselling author and keynote speaker. Get more success and tips from his newsletter at kevinkruse.com and check out keynote video clips. His new book, Employee Engagement 2.0, teaches managers how to turn apathetic groups into emotionally committed teams.

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