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Delaware’s Unwarranted Assumption That Capex Should Equal Depreciation in a DCF Model

Delaware fair value proceedings have predominantly adopted the erroneous assumption that capital expenditures should equal the sum of depreciation and amortization in determining terminal value. Here’s an analysis of these flawed decisions.

Appraisal rights in M&A

In a recent presentation by attorneys from Cadwalader, it’s clear that appraisal rights continue to be an important topic in the M&A world.

New edition of book on valuation for M&A

Now in its 3rd edition, Valuation for M&A: Building and Measuring Private Company Value lays out the steps for measuring and managing value creation in non-publicly traded entities.

From experts in valuation in each of nine industry groups to a takeoff on Survivor, AICPA BV Conference offers variety

The 2001 AICPA Business Valuation Conference held at the Venetian in Las Vegas December 2-4 was attended by 840 people (by the way, the Venetian served the best conference food that I've ever experienced).

A treatise on strategic value

The primary difference between this and other valuation books is its emphasis on strategic value, the value to the party to whom the business is most valuable. It discusses how to build strategic value, how to measure strategic value, and how to find and deal with a strategic buyer.

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