The two primary steps involved in finding an appropriate acquisition candidate are (1) Make a “short list” of appropriate acquisition candidates and (2) ________.

The two primary steps involved in finding an appropriate acquisition candidate are (1) Make a “short list” of appropriate acquisition candidates and (2) ________.
A) carefully screen each candidate to determine its suitability for acquisition
B) interview the CEO of each candidate to determine his/her openness to an acquisition
C) determine if acquiring each candidate is financially feasible
D) meet with each candidate’s top management team to discern if they are compatible with your top management team
E) hire a consulting firm to determine the best acquisition candidate


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