Merger and acquisition master thesis

Sprint saw stiff competitive pressures from AT&T (which acquired Cingular), Verizon and Apple's (Nasdaq: AAPL ) wildly popular iPhone. With the decline of cash from operations and with high capital-expenditure requirements, the company undertook cost-cutting measures and laid off employees. In 2008, the company wrote off an astonishing $30 billion in one-time charges due to impairment to goodwill, and its stock was given a junk status rating. With a $35 billion price tag, the merger clearly did not pay off. (Read about the implications of this label in What Is A Corporate Credit Rating? )

Merger and acquisition master thesis

merger and acquisition master thesis

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