If you’re a firm and you want to grow fast, you can do one of two things: You can merge or you can cherry-pick.
Mergers make glitzy headlines. But, surprisingly, most of the fastest growers prefer lateral acquisition, to use the fancy term. This is a case study in cherry-picking done right.
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