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Final Exam - Economics homework help

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Your final paper is a presentation that should incorporate market models, mergers/acquisitions and antitrust along with other aspects of our Microeconomics class!!! Use ANY part of our text material that discusses the various types of mergers, keeping in mind that the Federal Trade Commission is most concerned about Horizontal mergers to support your submission! Please go to the following website and follow the instructions below:

http://www.stanleyblackanddecker.com/

Your paper must be a minimum of 3 to 4 full pages that include paragraphs on the following:

1.) Write two paragraphs regarding your overview of Stanley/Black and Decker as the merged company headquartered in CT.

2.) Write two paragraphs regarding your impression of the market model you feel the newly formed company fits into.(Black and Decker and Stanley Works completed their merger in 2010)...please detail and support your impression using Economic terminology that we have learned throughout the semester.

3.) Write two paragraphs on the merger/acquisition and how Antitrust may have played into the company decision along with Horizontal vs. Vertical Mergers.

4 .) The success or otherwise of the company in current Economic times in two paragraphs!

5.) The remaining paragraphs should summarize but should incorporate anything else from the Semester that you could align to the Company.

The guidelines include the following:

a.) You must use MLA formatting

b.) Please be judicious in choosing your sources; no fewer than 4

c.) Your paper must be double-spaced and submitted as an attachment in the submission area.

Final Answer

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Overview of Stanley/Black & Decker
Stanley, also known as Stanley works, is a global supplier of quality tools as well as engineering
solutions for constriction, security, as well as industrial solutions. On the other hand, the Black &
Decker is a worldwide producer and marketer of quality power accessories and tolls, home and
hardware improvement products, as well as technology-based systems. These two firms entered
into a definitive merger agreement and created Stanley Black & Decker, becoming a global
industrial leader in a diversity of products.
Besides, this combination brings together companies that are highly complementary with
the world’s most iconic brands, with strong growth projections. Established in the year 1843,
Stanley has been in existence long enough and has diversified its products offering, with a world
leadership position in strong construction tools, hand tools, and security systems. Similarly,
dating back to 1910s, Black & Decker presents a world leadership position in terms of power
tools as well as a diversity of items under the array of renowned brands.
My Impression of the Market Model
The newly established merger, Stanley Black & Decker, thrives in a market in which there are
very few major players. The merger operates in a market that may be identified as being an...

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