Thanks for that--although I must admit (having followed financial news for my former job) most of the time, one or the other gets forced out after a short time. And it isn't always the one with the "larger" shares/responsibilities. Merged boards mean power shifting. And none of that might matter to pricing as that could be meddling at a different level entirely.
I suppose it will at least be *interesting* and I'm not going to count on lower prices, that is for sure!