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Not only should more attention be paid to benefits during mergers and acquisitions, but they could actually make or break such deals, a new report says. (Photo: Shutterstock)

While often they’re not considered a primary concern in whether or not to complete an acquisition or merger, employee benefits should occupy a more prominent place among the considerations affecting the deal.


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