buyout bid


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Noun1.buyout bid - a bid to buy all of a person's holdings
bid, tender - a formal proposal to buy at a specified price
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TATA Steel has confirmed that the head of its strip products business in the UK, Stuart Wilkie, have been given temporary paid leave of absence to lead an employee management buyout bid for the business.
In early November, Altice, which has cable assets in Portugal, was the first to step up, launching the buyout bid, worth 7.
47% stake in Telekom Austria AG (VIE:TKA) under its buyout bid which expired on 10 July, the Austrian telecom group said today.
Yesterday, Belphar, owner of a 14% stake in Pan, announced it was thinking about making an all-cash buyout bid for the company at a price of GBP0.
Burts Chips' UK MD has left the business following a failed management buyout bid, prompting speculation about the firm's future ownership.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-November 30, 2011--S&P reviews Commercial Metals rating for potential cut after buyout bid by Icahn(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
8) per share that Hikma plans to offer in its mandatory buyout bid for the outstanding 36.
The deadline was extended as more shareholders may consider giving up their holdings as the two drugmakers reached an agreement Monday on Astellas' buyout bid after the Japanese firm raised the per-share purchase price.
RANGERS' board are split down the middle over Andrew Ellis's stalled pounds 33million buyout bid.
It is thought he may look at launching a buyout bid for Bay Restaurants, with other possible interested parties including Cafe Rouge and Strada restaurant firm Tragus, backed by private equity firm Blackstone.
The two are said to be planning a buyout bid for the sofa chain, which is currently owned by Lord Kirkham, and have brought in bankers from Nomura to advise them on the offer, according to a Sunday newspaper.
The buyout bid, with a minimum acceptance threshold set at 75 percent, is aimed at enhancing NTT Communications' global operations through the addition of Integralis' leading security service platform amid a substantial growth in computer viruses, spam, phishing and hacking, the Tokyo-based company said.