Urge To Merge
M&A services: not just for the big guys anymore
After years of feasting on corporate America's desire for mergers and acquisitions, many financial Web sites are offering M&A services to entrepreneurs.
CapitalKey Advisors Inc. has formed partnerships with Merrill Lynch & Co. and FleetBoston Financial to take over M&A deals that the financial giants couldn't afford to handle. "It's hard to make money on very small transactions," says Neal Goldman, a CapitalKey founder and managing partner.
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