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Business Valuation

Buyers frequently overpay in corporate acquisitions, and that's just one indication that assessing a company's current and future value is challenging. How do you know which factors to consider? How do you weigh stock price, patents, equipment, facilities, talent, and hard and soft assets? Ask the experts.


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Narrative and Numbers

The Value of Stories in Business
Aswath Damodaran
Columbia UP, 2017
8 Report
Jens Kengelbach et al.
Boston Consulting Group, 2018
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Buying Your Own Business

Identify Opportunities, Analyze True Value, Negotiate the Best Terms, Close the Deal
Russell Robb
Adams Media, 2008
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Avoiding the Winner's Curse
Kenneth R. Ferris and Barbara S. Pecherot Petitt
FT Prentice Hall, 2002

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