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General Motors Corporation (GM) (NYSE: GM), the world's largest automaker, is planning to reacquire parts of bankrupt auto-parts supplier Delphi, according to certain source as reported in DealBook.
The fact that the counterparty had the use of the shares during the VPF's term may not have seemed relevant, because the securities loan did not affect the right to reacquire the shares at maturity.
This new D2D business continuity model enables enterprises to immediately reacquire data and get users back online and then, under a controlled condition, repair and bring the original hardware back online.
To counter the criticism, Aizawa has instructed the FSA to draft the safe harbor rules, which would protect management from liability under relevant laws even if they have their companies reacquire and possess shares, they said.
As stated above, our intention is to reacquire up to $22,925,000 of our preferred securities.
Sold to AT&T in 2000 for $80 million, Mack-Cali will reacquire the 475,100 square-foot class A office building for just $34 million, with the added clause that AT&T will leaseback the property for a year.
A then unilaterally canceled the agreement; B filed suit against A seeking breach-of-contract damages in the amount it expended to reacquire its shares in anticipation of the merger.
Kyoto, Japan, May 12, 2006 - (JCN Newswire) - OMRON Corporation (TSE: 6645; US: OMRNY) resolved at a meeting of its Board of Directors today (May 12, 2006) to make a proposal for authorization to reacquire shares of the Company's stock, pursuant to Article 156 of the Corporate Law of Japan.
Valeant will retain an option, exercisable upon the completion of Phase 2b studies by Ardea, to reacquire rights to commercialize its HIV program outside of the United States and Canada upon Ardea's completion of Phase 3 trials.
The Company was offered the shares by the trust, and the Board of Directors saw it as an excellent opportunity to reacquire a large block of stock at what it perceived to be good value," noted Len Ciarrocchi, the Company's Chief Financial Officer.
Kyoto, Japan, Nov 9, 2005 - (JCN Newswire) - OMRON Corporation (TSE: 6645; ADR: OMRNY), a global leader in automation, sensing and control technology has decided at a board of directors meeting held on November 9, 2005, to reacquire shares of the Company`s stock at the Osaka Securities Exchange, pursuant to Article 210 of the Commercial Code of Japan .