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12. Trans Globe Airlines has recently looked into a merger with Royal Blue Airlines, a financially troubled rival. The firms believe the merger will create a stronger company that can offer travelers more flights to a wider variety of destination. This proposed merger is an example of a. conglomerate merger b. leveraged buyout c. horizontal merger d. joint venture
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User: 12. Trans Globe Airlines has recently looked into a merger with Royal Blue Airlines, a financially troubled rival. The firms believe the merger will create a stronger company that can offer travelers more flights to a wider variety of destination. This proposed merger is an example of a. conglomerate merger b. leveraged buyout c. horizontal merger d. joint venture

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Trans Globe Airlines has recently looked into a merger with Royal Blue Airlines, a financially troubled rival. The firms believe the merger will create a stronger company that can offer travelers more flights to a wider variety of destination. This proposed merger is an example of horizontal merger.
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An evaluation of franchising would conclude that this type of arrangement: appeals to people who want to won a business, but are not comfortable starting a company from scratch.
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