Coaching Executives Across Cultures
Mittal’s acquisition of Arcelor;
UniCredit’s acquisition of HypoVereinsbank;
the rumor of an attempt by PepsiCo to acquire Danone;
the merger of Daimler-Benz and Chrysler (followed by plunging stock prices);
the failed merger of KLM and Alitalia;
Viacom’s failed merger with CBS; and
the merger of GE and Honeywell blocked by the EU Commission.
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