The M&A landscape has changed. This is quite apparent to those parties involved in the space post the 2008-2009 economic meltdown and subsequent recession. Large strategic acquirers are no longer gobbling up any and all companies that exhibit strong revenue growth and the appearance of heading toward success. No longer are venture capitalists and private equity firms plunking down large sums of cash into growth equity investments, hoping to hit the jackpot with the next Bare Escentu
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