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Shareholder Class Action

Blackhawk Network Holdings shareholders say directors are selling the financial-technology company too cheaply through an unfair process to Silver Lake Partners, for $45.25 a share or $3.5 billion, in three similar federal class actions.

OAKLAND, Calif. — Blackhawk Network Holdings shareholders say directors are selling the financial-technology company too cheaply through an unfair process to Silver Lake Partners, for $45.25 a share or $3.5 billion, in three similar federal class actions.

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