On page 644 of the textbook, the authors say: While comparables provide a useful starting point, whether this acquisition is a successful investment for KKP depends on Ideko s post-acquisition perfor

On page 644 of the textbook, the authors say: “While comparables provide a useful starting point, whether this acquisition is a successful investment for KKP depends on Ideko’s post-acquisition performance.” What does this statement mean? How can a firm measure the post-acquisition performance of a firm it is acquiring before that performance occurs?

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