An acquirer solely determines the value of a company based on its expected future earnings and the risk in achieving those earnings from the seller's business foundation. The buyer's return on investment will be determined by the company's profitability from the date of the acquisition forward. Historical earnings have no impact on the buyer's return.
Running the Business Selling your company at a premium price during a recession ‘There is no reason to be hesitant about proceeding with the sale!’ By George Spilka As this article is being written, the United St
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