What Return on Investment Means in Mergers and Acquisitions

Posted by: Rod Kurtz on February 6, 2008

There is a staggering difference between the return on investment (ROI) that a venture capitalist seeks (some more than 50% per year) and the ROI a large company may seek (some 7% per year) from a potential business acquisition. The difference often takes business sellers, and even business brokers, by surprise, but it makes perfect sense.

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