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  • New Opportunities for Mergers & Acquisitions in Oil & Gas Assets
    New Opportunities for Mergers & Acquisitions in Oil & Gas Assets

    The oil and gas industry is back. At least, that’s how the market is being perceived by many corporations who have moved to seize oil and gas assets in recent months. The more than 18 months of ...

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  • Acquisition expected between Staples and Office Depot
    Acquisition expected between Staples and Office Depot

    Popular office supply stores in Texas may go through some changes as Staples is buying Office Depot for around $6 billion. Office Depot is the second-ranked office supply retailer while Staples is the ...

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  • Reverse mergers defined
    Reverse mergers defined

    Texas entrepreneurs may have heard of the concept of the reverse merger before but might be confused on the details. A reverse merger is the acquisition by a privately held company of a publicly ...

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  • Types of Texas business transactions
    Types of Texas business transactions

    When most people think of a business transaction, they think of a simple one. Businesses actually engage in several different types of transactions, which range in complexity. In the context of ...

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  • How a statutory merger works
    How a statutory merger works

    Business owners in Texas may be interested to learn about statutory mergers and how they work. A statutory merger is a company merger governed by certain state statutes. Although many of the laws ...

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  • What Texas businesses should know about mergers and acquisitions
    What Texas businesses should know about mergers and acquisitions

    In August 2014, Sprint abandoned its bid to acquire T-Mobile for $32 billion after fears that it would not receive regulatory approval. The move is a reflection of the fact that the Federal Trade ...

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