Acquisition: The purchase of one organization by another organization.
Growth And Acquisition (G and A): Describes a way a company can grow. Growth means expanding through its normal operations, Acquisition means growth through buying up other companies.
Acquisition Of Stock: A merger or consolidation in which an acquirer purchases the acquiree's stock.
Acquisition Of Assets: A merger or consolidation in which an acquirer purchases the selling firm's assets.
Acquisition Cost: In email marketing, the cost to generate one lead, newsletter subscriber or customer in an individual email campaign; typically, the total campaign expense divided by the number of leads, su . . . View Full Definition
Customer Acquisition Cost: The average cost to a carrier of signing up an individual subscriber. Some of the factors included in the cost are handset subsidies, marketing, advertising and promotions.
Corporate Acquisition: Purchasing a security or commodity in such volume as to achieve control over its price. An illegal practice.
Horizontal Acquisition: Total return over a given horizon.
Vertical Acquisition: A partnership between a start-up company and a brokerage firm or entrepreneurial company that provides capital for the new business in return for stock in the company and a share of the profits.
Taxable Acquisition: Tax loss carryforwards from previous business losses that form a tax shelter for profits earned in current and future years.
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