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Shareholder Class Action

Airvana is selling itself too cheaply to 72 Mobile Holdings, which is owned by S.A.C. Private Capital Group, GSO Capital Partners, Sankaty Advisors, and Zelnick Media, for $7.65 a share or $530 million, shareholders claim in Delaware Chancery Court.

California Micro Devices is selling itself too cheaply to ON Semiconductor, for $4.70 a share of $108 million, shareholders say in Delaware Chancery Court.

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