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squeeze-out

The adhesive which is extruded from a glue line as a result of the application of pressure on the glued surfaces.
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The delistings and squeeze-outs likely to follow will probably lead to lawsuits, because there are different methods for the assessment of a company's price and remaining investors want to obtain the highest price possible, shareholder protector Wilhelm Rasinger told the newspaper.
Finally, bearing in mind the need to obtain a confirmation from an independent expert of the offered price in a squeeze-out, it is possible to imagine that the average level of premium may be noticeably different in a squeeze-out and in a tender offer in which the shareholders of the target company are free to tender their securities to the bidder or to retain them.
The stockholder rights plan is similar to rights plans adopted by many other companies and is designed to ensure that Sourcefire's stockholders receive equal treatment in the event of any proposed takeover, and to guard against partial tender offers, squeeze-outs and other abusive tactics to gain control of Sourcefire that could impair the Board's ability to represent stockholders' interests fully," added Mr.
We thought that the days of coercive minority squeeze-outs and self-interested management buyouts were over.
The Board believes the Rights Agreement is a prudent measure designed to safeguard the interests of our stockholders so that they receive fair and equal treatment in the event of any proposed takeover of Alnylam, and to guard against partial tender offers, squeeze-outs and other abusive tactics to gain control of Alnylam that could impair the Board's ability to represent stockholders' interests fully," said John Maraganore, Ph.