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Anti-Trust Reviews: Suddenly, They're a Worry

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In practical terms, that due diligence means "a pretty good sense from the CEO and the management team" about what kind of growth the company wants, who your competitors are, and whether there's a chance that the merger will be challenged, [Kathleen Murray] says. "If you're running your firm appropriately to start with, and you know what your strategy is, than you'd have all this well defined before you get into having to deal with the Justice Department or the FTC."

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