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When mergers go wrong

11 October 2006 By Robert Cyran

Conventional wisdom is that most mergers fail. Will the current boom turn out better than the last one? Recent anecdotal evidence, such as the blowups of Legg Mason, Sprint, and Boston Scientific suggests not.

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