Transactions

25 Key Lessons Learned from Merger and Acquisition Transactions

By Richard D. Harroch, David A. Lipkin and Richard V. Smith Selling your company can be difficult and time-consuming. Mergers and acquisitions (“M&A”) require advance preparation, sophisticated advisors, a dedicated management team, and an understanding of the key business and legal issues involved. The following are a number of key lessons learned from M&A transactions …

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Facebook Libra for commerce, transactions; less speculative than Bitcoin

Last month, Facebook announcement Libra, its new cryptocurrency. Libra lets you buy things or send money to people with nearly zero fees. And the announcement caused a lot of different reactions from across the business and political landscape. It also shined an even brighter light on cryptocurrencies in general.  And you have to believe the …

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The Rise of B2B E-Commerce Creates New Technology Openings – Digital Transactions

For years, business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce has been the distant cousin of business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce—less understood and appreciated, asked to wait in the other room while consumer-facing businesses from Amazon to Warby Parker soaked up all the adulation. But as B2C e-commerce and its supporting ecosystem matures, the potential for B2B e-commerce is generating new interest. …

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Facebook Trying To Habituate Consumers Around Driving Transactions, Says Button CEO

“The Instagram effort is one that we predicted for a long time,” says Button CEO Michael Jaconi. “I wasn’t the most popular guy in the venture capital pitch room saying hey, the world is moving to commerce. They said advertising makes so much money. In reality, what I think Facebook is doing is very smart. …

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Settlements End What the FTC Calls a Massive Robocalling Scheme – Digital Transactions

A federal judge has ordered the two main perpetrators of what the Federal Trade Commission calls the “massive Pointbreak Media robocall scheme,” part of which involved remotely created checks, to pay $3.37 million to the FTC, the agency announced this week. U.S. District Court Judge Cecilia M. Altonaga in Miami approved six settlement agreements involving …

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