Why Those Mergers Could Implode
Are high-octane stocks the funny money of the '90s, leading to mergers that could fall apart down the road? Are CEOs underestimating the organizational and cultural hurdles of blending giant companies, each with tens of thousands of workers? Does anyone on the Street remember the go-go years of the '60s and the junk-bond days of the '80s?
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