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Essentially, a shelf corporation is formed like any other corporation, and what differentiates it from the function of a normal corporation is how it is used. Whereas a normal corporation, when legally incorporated, becomes active based on the business’ normal activity, a shelf corporation, when formed, stays inactive. Instead of being used for typical business … Continue reading Shelf Corporation
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For many of us, 2017 is the Year-of-the-Rooster but for China it is more like Year-of-Computers and Electronics. According to KPMG’s latest report, Chinese mergers and acquisitions in this sector accounted for 25 percent of the total number of deals in 2017 H1 (read here about Chinese takeovers in strategic European sectors). Outbound M&A is … Continue reading Translation Management for Mergers & Acquisitions
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Hostile takeovers, defined as corporate mergers or acquisitions that are deemed unsolicited by the Board of directors and managers of the target company, could be deterred by numerous tactics, for example, a macaroni defense, a poison pill, or a golden parachute. But those are merely a few examples of the colourful M&A vocabulary, where various … Continue reading Takeover Knights
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The biggest international event for technical communication gets underway next week: the 2017 tekom annual conference at ICS Messe Stuttgart. The three-day conference, which runs from October 24 to 26 2017, is being hosted in conjunction with the tekom trade fair and the English-speaking tcworld conference. Last year, 4,500 proud attendees got clued up on … Continue reading The Countdown Is On – Only 7 Days until tekom’s 2017 Annual Conference!
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