Shareholder Class Action

IMS Health is selling itself too cheaply to TPG Capital and others, for $5.2 billion or $22 a share, shareholders say in Delaware Chancery Court.




     
     i2 Technologies is selling itself too cheaply to JDA Software Group, for $396 million or $18 a share, a “meager 9 percent premium” over market price, shareholders say in Dallas County Court.
     
     Living Independently Group is selling itself too cheaply to General Electric, for $14.6 million, shareholders say in Delaware Chancery Court.
     
     Directors inflated the share price of VeraSun Energy Corp. through false and misleading statements, shareholders say in Manhattan Federal Court.
     
     Zale Corp. misreported its finances by failing to follow generally accepted accounting principles, shareholders claim in Dallas Federal Court.
     
     Allied Capital Corp. is selling itself too cheaply to Ares Capital Corp., shareholders claim in DC Superior Court.

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