Merger Acquisition and International Strategies: Case Studies of the American Airlines Group Inc and American Media Inc

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A merger is distinguished from an acquisition in the sense that an acquisition entails a take-over. A merger involves a combination of business assets of two companies forming an entirely new one ADDIN EN.CITE Mehnert2008259(Mehnert, 2008)2592596Mehnert, M.Negotiation: Definition and Types, Manager's Issues in Negotiation, Cultural Differences and the Negotiation Process2008Santa Cruz, CA 95060Hammer, Patrick, Tanja Hammer, Matthias Knoop, Julius Mittenzwei, Georg Steinbach u. Michael Teltscher. GRIN Verlag GbR9783640183234http://books.google.co.ke/books?id=CoeiECIdYUsC( HYPERLINK l "_ENREF_1" o "Mehnert, 2008 #259" Mehnert, 2008). In this paper Mergers, acquisition and international strategies are discussed looking at two companies: American Airlines Group Inc and American Media Inc. the paper discusses these companies looking at the strategies they have deployed in their operations and the possible gains for such strategies.
American Airlines Group Inc.
This is an American corporation with an international presence undertaking to provide airline services. The corporation is a result of new acquisition by American airways of American airlines. The two companies' operate in the airline industry providing airline transport service in the local and…

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