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Mindful of Bubbles in a Boom for Deals
Re: Matthew Rhodes-Kropf
"You always see a lot of M.& A. activity when the market is overvalued," Matthew Rhodes-Kropf, an associate professor at Harvard Business School who has studied the phenomenon and also advises private equity and venture capital firms. "Of course, you only know a market peak with benefit of hindsight. But when you look back, you'll see a lot of M.& A. activity."