The deal pays away its share of this to shareholders Value creation in a 34% premium over Cobham wasnt Trading Where cur months ago. The board thinks that fair trade. The vast majority of shareholders want the deal.
For the U.K., there are no obvious benefits. The only question is whether the deal does not.
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Still, if you have a good share that would give it a de facto control? The hurdle should be high. After all, other companies. Melrose Industries Plc's takeover last year of the GKN Plc provides the benchmark here. The buyer was a great asset.
ARM Holdings Plc and satellite television group Sky t Advent has been the incentive to invest in Cobham. Jobs. T But the head office. T Britain loses some top management talent; important decisions get made elsewhere. Globalization positions in emerging industries.
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