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acquiree

(əˌkwaɪəˈriː)
n
a firm that is acquired
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Ford is developing a track record of successfully integrating acquired companies into its business, the CTO said.
According to the company, the acquired companies reported annual sales of approximately SEK210m.
The acquired companies design and manufacture associated ground-based full-motion antenna products that play a key role in communications applications.
The to be acquired companies are extruders and molders of organic, silicone, thermoplastic and engineered polymer products with expertise in sealing solutions for industrial and specialty automotive applications.
Court of Federal Claims held that a corporate taxpayer that had merged with other corporations in a series of mergers could offset the interest receivable from tax overpayments of the acquired companies against the interest owed to the IRS from tax underpayments of the acquired companies.
In this paper we focus on how characteristics of the knowledge held by acquired companies' owners and executives may be relevant to an understanding of their post-acquisition retention.
Both the acquired companies target small and medium-sized businesses in the US, with MaximumASP providing cloud services like managed virtual servers and dedicated servers while Aretta provides services such as cloud PBXs (private branch exchange) and SIP (Session Internet Protocol) trunking.
Research in the issue of the preacquisition profile of acquired companies has started in the 70s of the last century.
The acquired companies will forma new lettuce business that Syngenta will operate within its vegetables organization.
War stories abound about failed integrations of acquired companies and the inability of the merger to produce the expected results.
However, the buyers found, after the fact, that the technology in the acquired company was not compatible with other acquired companies within the portfolio.