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Supplement
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Reference no. 9-903-057
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: 2002
Version: 11 February 2005

Abstract

The negotiations for the merger between Cap Gemini and Ernst & Young conclude, resolving issues of how to bring together Ernst & Young consulting partnerships from all over the world into the publicly held Cap Gemini. Reactions to the merger were optimistic within Cap Gemini and Ernst & Young, however analysts voiced concerns about a cultural clash between the two firms and the viability of the new firm's strategy.
Locations:
Size:
40,000 employees, USD4.3 billion revenues
Other setting(s):
1999-2000

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Abstract

The negotiations for the merger between Cap Gemini and Ernst & Young conclude, resolving issues of how to bring together Ernst & Young consulting partnerships from all over the world into the publicly held Cap Gemini. Reactions to the merger were optimistic within Cap Gemini and Ernst & Young, however analysts voiced concerns about a cultural clash between the two firms and the viability of the new firm's strategy.

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Locations:
Size:
40,000 employees, USD4.3 billion revenues
Other setting(s):
1999-2000

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