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Finance 101

3 October 2007 By Lauren Silva

Break fees are supposed to protect a target’s shareholders against a buyout firm getting cold feet. But they seem to be doing the opposite. Instead of encouraging the consummation of deals, they give buyers a way out. In fact, they make some buyout deals look like cheap options.

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