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THE JOURNAL OF FINANCE • VOL. LXIX NO. 1 • FEBRUARY 2014 Who Writes the News? Corporate Press Releases during Merger Negotiations KENNETH R. AHERN and DENIS SOSYURA∗ ABSTRACT Firms have an incentive to manage media coverage to influence their stock prices during important corporate events. Using comprehensive data on media coverage and merger negotiations we find that bidders in stock mergers originate substantially more news stories after the start of merger negotiations but before the public announcement. This strategy generates a short-lived run-up in bidders’ stock prices during the period when the stock exchange ratio is determined which substantially impacts the takeover price. Our results demonstrate that the timing and content of financial media coverage may be biased by firms seeking to manipulate their stock price. THE RELATION BETWEEN INFORMATION and stock prices is central to finance dating back to at least Fama et al. (1969). Key to this 197–216. Shleifer Andrei and Robert W. Vishny 2003 Stock market driven acquisitions Journal of Financial Economics 70 295–311. Solomon David 2012 Selective publicity and stock prices Journal of Finance 67 599–638. Solomon David H. Eugene F. Soltes and Denis Sosyura 2013 Winners in the Spotlight: Media coverage of fund holdings as a driver of flows Journal of Financial Economics forthcoming. Tetlock Paul C. 2007 Giving content to investor sentiment: The role of media in the stock market Journal of Finance 62 1139–1168. Tetlock Paul C. 2011 All the news that’s fit to reprint: Do investors react to stale information? Review of Financial Studies 24 1481–1512. Vega Clara 2006 Stock price reaction to public and private information Journal of Financial Economics 82 103–133. Verrecchia Robert 1983 Discretionary disclosure Journal of Accounting & Economics 5 179–194. Verrecchia Robert 1990 Endogenous proprietary costs through firm interdependence Journal of Accounting & Economics 12 245–250. [...]

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a) Set out the theories and the standing of the literature in one of the areas listed in the seminar schedule section above. b) Identify the research questions that remain largely unanswered, and give your view on the data and empirical techniques necessary to answer the open research questions. d) The literature review will be assessed on completeness of the theories, ability of determining the key papers, and the ability to identify the open research questions and discussing ways to answer these open questions. Your literature review should guide future researchers in the area—a simple listing of the papers in the area and a rewriting of their abstracts will receive a grade of zero

Subject Area: Economics

Document Type: Term paper

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Price $100

Words 2750

Pages 10

Completed in 8 days

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05.22.2016

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