In the world of mergers and acquisitions, 2014 and 2015 couldn’t have been more different in Texas.
What’s more, legal and financial experts have no idea what is in store for 2016.
After a record-shattering year for Texas M&A in 2014, the deal environment in 2015 took a stark contrast.
M&A deals involving Texas-based companies declined 23 percent last year, according to Mergermarket, an independent global research firm. The downturn was significantly more pronounced in the energy sector, which saw a near 40 percent decline in deal-making in 2015 . . .
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