Tuck in acquisition

Tuck in acquisition is a mode of acquiring another company that places the acquired company into an existing division of the acquiring company. The benefit of tuck in acquisition is that the acquiring company may save cost by buying a company that has a ready product instead of spending funds for research and development which sometimes ends into a failure or a product that is below par.

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