MERGER


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A statutory merger or consolidation was historically limited to transactions effected pursuant to the corporate laws of the U.
The reverse merger is just one of several creative financing strategies and structures that emerging growth companies like Halozyme are employing these days.
The merger agreement provides for a $29 cap on the implied per share consideration for each share of FNIS common stock.
Although a merger involves a combination of two or more entities, they are rarely equal participants.
Every merger comes with a "sound bite" justification.
These figures add statistical fuel to merger skeptics.
Health executives have been warned to avoid entering into a merger agreement where the potential partner in operational and fiscal terms has experienced historically much weaker performance.
In some States, however, the courts have allowed the surviving corporation in a merger to use the pre-merger NOLs of the merged corporation under some circumstances.
The special meeting of Columbia's stockholders to vote on the merger remains scheduled to be convened on February 27, 2007.
In January 2003 (REG-126485-01, TD 9038 (1/24/03)), it amended the regulations to expand the scope of the term "statutory merger or consolidation" to allow limited liability companies (LLCs) to be a party to an A reorganization.
FleetBoston Financial Group's merger prowess was profiled in the January/February issue of Financial Executive.