Whether you are a small, medium or large business it may be time to think of taking the step of undergoing a merger or acquisition. There could be many reasons for this. Maybe you finally have the capital to grow, maybe your competitor or your own business isn't doing well at the size it is or maybe another reason drives the change. Whether acquiescing or being acquiesced, your business has specific needs and you have questions. There are many things that may be relevant to you and your business at such a critical point.
Honeywell International, Inc., obtained significant incentives from the state of New Jersey to move its corporate headquarters from Minneapolis to New Jersey. Now, the diversified firm is announcing plans to move its headquarters to Charlotte, North Carolina. Will a business transaction be the result?
One of the first steps a new business owner in New Jersey must take before the business can start running is to choose a business entity. Some of these entities are sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability companies and corporations. There are advantages and disadvantages to each of these business entities.
Many people in New Jersey hear the terms "merger" and "acquisition" but may not know exactly how these two business transactions differ from one another. Therefore, it is useful to understand the legal definitions of "merger" and "acquisition" to better understand how two businesses can join together to increase their value.