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Goodwill, Pensions, and Stock Options
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Thunder Buys Lightening for $100 Assets –Cash = 0 –Plant and equipment = $100 –Goodwill = $50 (purchase price - book) Liabilities –Long term debt = $50 New book value (Thunder) = = 100
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