Post-Siliconix Freeze-Outs: Theory and Evidence
Siliconix was decided, I find that minority shareholders achieve significantly lower abnormal returns, on average, in tender-offer freeze-outs relative to merger freeze-outs. I discuss the doctrinal and policy implications of these findings in a companion paper.
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