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Financial terms in "Mergers and Acquisitions"

1. material adverse change (MAC)

2. type D reorganization

3. Reverse Takeover

4. coinsurance effect

5. commission recapture

6. in play

7. negative goodwill

8. Black Knight

9. creeping takeover

10. lock-up option

11. Form 8-K

12. Whitemail

13. Hostile takeover

14. Takeover Bid

15. self tender defense

16. fairness opinion

17. Affiliate

18. Asset value

19. conglomerate merger

20. Merger

21. stock swap

22. gray knight

23. strategic buyer

24. Asset stripper

25. Buyout

26. associate company

27. merger securities

28. purchase acquisition

29. lobster trap

30. equity method

31. street sweep

32. target

33. earnup

34. style drift

35. MBO

36. any-and-all bid

37. forward triangular merger

38. Asset Stripping

39. amalgamation

40. in-process research and development

41. horizontal merger

42. type B reorganization

43. anti-takeover statute

44. working capital initiative

45. offer period

46. killer bee

47. dead hand provision

48. exit p/e ratio

49. backdoor listing

50. absorbed

51. Golden Parachute

52. two-tier tender offer

53. diversification

54. change of control

55. earnout

56. agglomeration

57. Corporate Raider

58. Tender Offer

59. takeover stock

60. type C reorganization

61. swap ratio

62. dilutive acquisition

63. RTO

64. Cash Reserves

65. Michael Milken

66. White squire

67. Acquisition

68. Targeted repurchase

69. envy ratio

70. hostile tender offer

71. drag-along right

72. takeover artist

73. mergers and acquisitions

74. Poison Pill

75. bear hug

76. Private Market Value

77. friendly takeover

78. raider

79. statutory consolidation

80. dividends-received deduction

81. takeout value

82. conversion ratio

83. takeover ratio

84. zombie

85. Grey Knight

86. asset acquisition

87. Leveraged buyout

88. cost synergy

89. takeunder

90. Vertical merger

91. qualifying transaction

92. institutional buyout

93. management buyout

94. White Knight

95. whitewash resolution

96. corporate finance

97. War chest

98. vertical acquisition

99. financial sponsor

100. anti-takeover measure

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Nonprofit

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Charitable, cultural, and educational organizations that exist for reasons other than providing a profit for its owners, directors, or members are nonprofit organizations. However, these organizations can generate income to pay for their activities, salaries, and overhead by charging for services, making investments, and soliciting donations and memberships. A nonprofit arts center, for instance, may charge patrons for tickets and event subscriptions. Nonprofits incorporate in the states where they operate and are exempt from the state income taxes that for-profit corporations must pay. Some but not all qualify for federal tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the internal revenue code. Contributions to those qualifying organizations are tax deductible, though tax rules govern the percentage of your income you may deduct for gifts to different types of nonprofits.In exchange for these tax benefits, nonprofits must comply with some of the same financial reporting rules that for-profit corporations follow. For instance, nonprofits generally must follow corporate governance rules and make their financial reports available to the public.

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