Since boards fear taking on known and unknown liabilities, most “mergers” are really changes in control rather than statutory mergers
Nonprofits are regularly urged to consider merging or acquiring organizations that will complement their mission and make them stronger, particularly in economically turbulent times such as those of the Great Recession. Foundations fund major projects promoting collaboration, affiliation, and outright mergers.
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