Category F & amp; A Corporate Operations


M&A Corporate operations

The 40 most valuable sports brands in 2014

Forbes magazine just published a list of the 40 most valuable sports brands in 2014, after estimating the value of their businesses and the price at which a transaction would currently close in the market. It has made 4 classifications: company, sports event, team and athlete. These are the results.
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M&A Corporate operations

The failure of corporate operations

Markets are not perfect, there is no equality of information, not all investment decisions are economically sound, and there are multiple factors that affect valuation and therefore can influence the failure of corporate operations. "luck" factor that can always condition the evolution of a company, most mergers and acquisitions (M&A) do not meet the expectations created and often even result in failure due to two main factors: Because buyers have paid a excessive price for them and, therefore, no additional value is generated for their shareholders.
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M&A Corporate operations

Valuation: the best indicator of a company

The analysis of a business can respond to multiple motivations and rely on different indicators depending on the objective pursued. But not all indicators are the same in terms of nature, complexity, necessary information and conclusions obtained. The most common business indicators are Income, Profitability and Value, and in this post we are going to compare the usefulness of each of them.
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M&A Corporate operations

Soros, the guru who looks to Spain

There are millionaires who were born with bread under their arms and others who came into the world with almost no bread to eat. It is the new distinction made by Forbes magazine, popular for its ranking of great fortunes, to differentiate between the rich who live on inheritances and those who have made their own luck.
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