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Firm A wants to acquire Firm B. Firm B’s management agrees that the merger is a good idea. Might a tender offer be used? Why or why not?

Summary Introduction

To discuss: Whether a tender offer is used by the firms and its reasons.

Introduction:

A business organization wherein the members of the organization sells good or services is termed as a firm.

An offer of one company to purchase the stock of another company by directly going to the stockholder is termed as tender offer.

Explanation

Determine whether a tender offer is used by the firms and its reasons:

Every tender offer is made on a friendly basis. At the time when the Firm A wants to acquire Firm B, the man...

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