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September 17, 2013
18:56 EDTADBE, DLTR, AFOP, FIVE, CBMXOn The Fly: After Hours Movers
UP AFTER EARNINGS: Adobe Systems (ADBE), up 5.8%. ALSO HIGHER: Dollar Tree (DLTR), up 3.5% after announcing a $2B share repurchase program... Alliance Fiber Optic (AFOP), up 12.7% after raising its third quarter revenue outlook to $22M from a previous range of $19.5M-$20.5M. LOWER: Five Below (FIVE), down 3% after filing to sell 7.1M common shares for selling shareholders... CombiMatrix (CBMX), down 2.6% after filing to sell $10M of Class A and Class B units.
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August 21, 2014
05:35 EDTDLTRDollar General sends letter to Family Dollar board
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August 20, 2014
15:26 EDTDLTRNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
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August 19, 2014
12:16 EDTDLTRFamily Dollar board frustrated with Dollar General tactics, CNBC reports
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11:41 EDTDLTRIcahn says Family Dollar throwing away $300M in fees, Reuters says
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09:46 EDTDLTRFamily Dollar board likely to meet this week, CNBC's Faber reports
Family Dollar's (FDO) board is likely to meet this week to discuss the takeover bid by Dollar General (DG), CNBC's David Faber reports, citing people close to the matter. The board has long focused on antitrust implications and is likely to reject the Dollar General proposal, Faber added. Dollar Tree (DLTR) and Family Dollar previously announced a merger agreement.
09:43 EDTDLTRFamily Dollar board likely to reject Dollar General bid, CNBC's Faber reports
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07:29 EDTDLTRDollar Tree may raise bid for Family Dollar, says RBC Capital
RBC Capital thinks that Dollar Tree (DLTR) could increase its bid for Family Dollar (FDO) given the revenue and gross margin synergies that the firm thinks the deal would generate. However, the firm believes that Dollar General (DG) would ultimately win a bidding war for Family Dollar, leading to wins for the shareholders of Dollar General and Family Dollar.
August 18, 2014
18:13 EDTDLTRWal-Mart not likely to bid for Family Dollar, Bloomberg reports
According to people familiar with the situation, Wal-Mart Stores (WMT) is unlikely to make an offer for Family Dollar Stores (FDO), Bloomberg reports. Reference Link
15:50 EDTDLTRIcahn makes statement concerning Dollar Generalís bid for Family Dollar
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14:23 EDTDLTRFamily Dollar says board has not changed support of Dollar Tree merger
Family Dollar (FDO) said it remains subject to the merger agreement with Dollar Tree (DLTR), and the company's board has not changed its recommendation in support of the merger with Dollar Tree. Family Dollar added it will have no further comment on Dollar Generalís (DG) proposal until the board has completed its review.
14:21 EDTDLTRFamily Dollar to 'review and consider' Dollar General proposal
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13:11 EDTDLTRDollar Tree upgraded to Buy from Neutral at BofA/Merrill
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11:53 EDTDLTRFamily Dollar likely to favor a Dollar Tree bid, says Wells Fargo
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08:23 EDTDLTRDollar General says has expressed interest in Family Dollar 'multiple times'
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06:24 EDTDLTROptions expected to be active
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06:13 EDTDLTRDollar General makes proposal to acquire Family Dollar for $78.50 per share
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06:03 EDTDLTRDollar General makes $78.50/share offer for Family Dollar, CNBC reports
Dollar General (DG) will announce today a $78.50 per share in cash offer to acquire Family Dollar (FDO), CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin reports. Dollar Tree (DLTR) is seeking to buy Family Dollar for $74.50 per share.
August 12, 2014
07:36 EDTDLTRDollar Tree filing shows Family Dollar talks underway before Icahn involvement
A regulatory filing explaining the history of the merger agreement between Dollar Tree (DLTR) and Family Dollar (FDO) showed that, on February 24, a representative of Dollar Tree's financial advisor, JPMorgan, made a telephone call to a representative of Morgan Stanley to express Dollar Tree's interest in discussing a potential business combination transaction with Family Dollar. The filing also states that on June 6 Carl Icahn and certain of his affiliates filed a Schedule 13D disclosing that together they beneficially owned approximately 9.39% of the then-outstanding shares of Family Dollar common stock and that they wished to discuss with Family Dollar its business and strategies to enhance stockholder value. That day, Icahn telephoned Howard Levine, Chairman and CEO of Family Dollar, to discuss the Schedule 13D filing and to express an interest in additional communications with Family Dollar's management regarding the company's current operations and future plans, including potential strategic opportunities and potential business combination transactions. Levine asked Icahn whether he would be willing to sign a non-disclosure agreement and Icahn declined, the filing stated. Additionally on June 6, a member of the board of directors of "Company A" emailed Levine to suggest that they speak. On June 7, Levine and the member of the board of directors of Company A had a telephone conversation, during which the representative of Company A "indicated that Company A would be reluctant to participate in the negotiation of a transaction with Family Dollar if Mr. Icahn were to have a role in or control over the process," the filing states, without identifying Company A. Many, including the Wall Street Journal, have surmised that "Company A" in the filing may refer to Dollar General (DG).
August 10, 2014
16:51 EDTADBECourt rejects $324M settlement in tech hiring conspiracy, NYT says
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August 8, 2014
16:16 EDTADBEU.S. judge rejects Apple, Google antitrust hiring accord, Bloomberg reports
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