- Mario Gabelli becomes the second large Zale's (ZLC) shareholder to come out against the proposed sale to Signet (SIG), saying he may seek a second opinion on the deal's $21/share price in court.
- Gabelli, whose funds own 7.45% of ZLC, says in an SEC filing he had "commenced the process to be able to assert appraisal rights" - a legal process that lets shareholders reject a merger deal and instead ask a judge to independently value their shares.
- Another large Zale investor, TIG Advisors, is trying to rally opposition to the sale ahead of a vote set for next Thursday, but Golden Gate Capital, which controls 23% of ZLC, plans to vote in favor of the deal.
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