The Renaissance in Mergers and Acquisitions: The Surprising Lessons of the 2000s

Deal making has always been cyclical, but the historical success of M&A as a growth strategy comes into sharp relief when you look at the data. Bain & Company’s analysis strongly suggests that executives will need to focus even more on inorganic growth to meet the expectations of their investors.

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