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three reasons for failure of pursuing a specific M&A strateg

What are three reasons for failure of pursuing a specific M&A strategy? Provide an example. What was the financial effect on the stakeholders of the failed M&A?

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The three reasons for failure of pursuing a specific M&A strategy are firstly, the inadequate attention and weighted importance of the integration of existing and new processes and systems. For example, payroll systems vary company to company and this is a foundational system when companies are being merged. It is not on the priority list of decision makers because it does not form part of the objectives which support the expansion of market share and/or capitalization of economies of scale, yet the inability of a newly merged firm to deliver ...

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The three reasons for failure of pursuing a specific M&A strategy are firstly, the inadequate attention and weighted importance of the integration of existing and new processes and systems. For example, payroll systems vary company to company and this is a foundational system when companies are being merged. It is not on the priority list of decision makers because it does not form part ...

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