- *acquisition, the excess of the *fair value of acquired *net assets over the *consideration paid by an acquiring company. Contrast (positive) *goodwill. 2. The low esteem in which an organization’s reputation and *brands are held. 3. An unfavorable or unfriendly disposition toward an individual or organization.
Auditor's dictionary. 2014.
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