Cash-out merger

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In a cash-out merger, the purchasing corporation acquires the shares of the target corporation, and buys the outstanding shares of the outgoing shareholders. Cash-out mergers and freeze-out mergers often go hand-in-hand; in a cash-out/freeze-out merger, the purchasing corporation obtains the minority shares by buying them out (sometimes adversely).

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