As M&A heats up in 2005, midsize companies are prime targets
By Staff Writer|February 01, 2005 at 07:00 PM
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Bankers and investors are looking forward to another bumper crop of mergers and acquisitions in 2005 as the healthy economy and accumulated cash encourage market participants to harvest targets judged most ripe. And while deals that make headlines tend to involve multibillion-dollar companies, such as the match-ups of Sprint and Nextel or Kmart and Sears Roebuck, some data suggest that the companies most alluring to buyers today are those in the middle market.
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