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Merger of HP and Compaq

Merger of HP and Compaq

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Published by Rtr Dillip Khuntia
This paper explains the pre-merger and post-merger condition about the merger of HP with Compaq, this also explains the valuation of merger and recent trends i n merger along with some theoretical aspects of merger.
This paper explains the pre-merger and post-merger condition about the merger of HP with Compaq, this also explains the valuation of merger and recent trends i n merger along with some theoretical aspects of merger.

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Published by: Rtr Dillip Khuntia on Nov 29, 2010
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Because of unlike cultures, ambitions and risk profiles; many of the deals are
cancelled. As per as the reactions of the owners of HP, this seems to be extremely likely. So,
motivation amongst the employees is an extremely important consideration in this case. This
requires an extra effort by the CEO, Fiorina. This could also help her maintain her position in
the company.

5.1.2 LEGAL CONTEMPLATIONS

Anti-competitive deals are often limited by the rules presiding over the competition
rules in a country. This leads to out of order functioning of one company and they try to
separate from each other. A lot of unnecessary marketing failures get attached to these
conditions. If this happens in this case, then all that money which went in publicizing the
venture would go to be a waste. Moreover, even more would be required to re-promote as a
single entity. Even the packaging where the entire inventory from Compaq had the logo of
HP would have to be re-done, thus hampering the finance even further.

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