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As 2011 nears its midpoint, we’re now in a position to see how the recession-era and follow-on consolidation trends have impacted middle-market and growth-stage mergers and acquisitions.
Large blue-chip technology companies,... Read more »
[Editor’s note: This post was co-authored by Moss Adams partners Ken Salgado (based in Southern California) and Derek Dowsett (Silicon Valley).]
It’s early in the year, and although there... Read more »
At the end of 2009, we were optimistic that the M&A markets would pick up and become the key near-term source of liquidity for investors before any real momentum in the... Read more »
It’s obvious that the financial downturn has negatively impacted innovation. Lack of investment has meant fewer startups, and lack of capital for liquidity events and exits has pushed a listless market... Read more »
The second half of 2009 provided a good measure of optimism, easing some of the pain investors felt toward the end of 2008 and in early 2009. The stock market has... Read more »
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