Mergers and Acquisition, Corporate Finance

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E-III Corp. is investigating the possible acquisition of Silicon Inc. Assume that both firms have
no debt outstanding.
E-III Corp. Silicon Inc.
Pre-announcement stock price $15.00 $12.00
Number of shares outstanding 8 million 6 millionstion..
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