;#Faculty News;# | | 24 Feb 2011
SABMiller Spurning Femsa Means Higher Foster's Price: Real M&A
Re: Matthew Rhodes-Kropf
"It's the kind of thing that an acquirer would want," said Matthew Rhodes-Kropf, an associate professor of business administration at Harvard Business School in Boston. "It seems compelling for somebody who's trying to acquire a series of brands to have market power."

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