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#Fincabulary 13 – Acquisition Indigestion

Meaning A slang term describing an acquisition or merger in which the companies involved have trouble integrating with one another

Acquisition Indigestion may also describe a situation in which the purchasing company has difficulty making the most out of a takeover. The same outcome relates to mergers and acquisitions that have gone sour, as companies may get indigestion when acquiring too many targets or purchasing firms that don’t integrate well.

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