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Where do I find information on mergers and acquisitions?
Last Updated: May 03, 2012  |  2450 Views

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  • Use the The Deal Pipeline for news to screen for mergers - click on Find a Deal

  • SDC Platinum has the longest backfile of deals.

  • Use Capital IQ. Either, mouse over the Markets tab and select an industry. Scroll down to see recent transactions. Or scroll over the Screening tab. Select Transactions to perform a search.

  • Use Thomson ONE to browse recent deals or search for transactions. On the left menu bar click on Screening & Analysis.  Expand Deals & League Tables and click on M&A.  Browse in the Search Library or use Quick Search or Advanced Search.

  • Mergerstat Review
    Check Harvard availability
    Ref. HD 2741 .M48 in the Stamps Reading Room
    Annual statistical analysis by industry and geography. Includes 25 years of summary statistics and largest announcements in history.


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