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'A well written and comprehensive journey into M&A...an essential reference for any M&A practitioner...this isn't just a book about great thoughts and process, but rather how to turn insight into deals, and deals into lasting value' - From the Foreword by Joseph R. Perella Chairman, Institutional Securities and Investment Banking Group, Morgan Stanley. 'Bob Bruner's "Applied Mergers and Acquisitions" is a masterful and comprehensive treatment of the topic of M&A. The book is remarkably complete, discussing economic valuation, legal considerations, deal structure, ethics, accounting, post-merger integration - and more. It blends material from practice and from academia in an easy-to-read style, making it a must-read, and want-to-read, for anyone interested in this subject' - Peter Tufano Sylvan C. Coleman, Professor of Financial Management, Harvard Business School.'How many books really succeed in teaching M&A practitioners to distinguish among deals that should be avoided, deals that are promising but can't be executed by the teams involved, and deals where significant value can be achieved? We should start the count with Bruner's "Applied Mergers and Acquisitions". Bruner is the ultimate teacher for practitioners who want to improve performance' - Edward A. Snyder Dean and George Pratt Shultz, Professor of Economics, University of Chicago Graduate School of Business.'Bob Bruner has achieved the impossible: covering in one book all relevant economic, financial, accounting, legal, and tax aspects of mergers and acquisitions and illustrating each concept with case studies. Impressive!' - Theo Vermaelen, Professor of Finance, INSEAD. 'Bob Bruner's book combines the best of academic thinking and business practice on one of the most fascinating and challenging topics in all of business. The area of mergers and acquisitions stretches executives and scholars to consider the whole realm of management practice - from strategy, to finance, to law, to negotiations, to integration planning, to human behavior' - Robert S. Harris, Dean, Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia.