*He isn't keeping it; he is raising it for KIPP charter schools.
Welcome to the Headhunting issue of M&A Daily
Oil Search (OTCPK:OISHY) is buying InterOil (NYSE:IOC) in a $2.2 billion deal. IOC holders get 8.05 Oil Search shares plus a contingent value right. The implied deal value of the stock component of the deal is $40.25 per share. For a background on the deal target:
Pro subscribers can access an additional piece here. InterOil is one of the few publicly-traded companies whose risks and uncertainties include decapitation.
It InterOil's future looks like its past, this deal could be a $2.2 billion blunder.
Suitors for Yahoo! (YHOO) are expected to bid between $2 billion and $3 billion for the company. Verizon (NYSE:VZ) is likely to be the winner.
The definitive proxy has been filed for the Tianjin Tianhai acquisition of Ingram Micro (NYSE:IM). The Ingram Micro shareholder vote is on June 21st.
The preliminary proxy has been filed for the ExamWorks (NYSE:EXAM) acquisition by Leonard Green.
- Donald Trump Says Amazon Is A Criminal Monopoly (NASDAQ:AMZN)
- Westar Shareholders Left In The Dark On M&A (NYSE:WR) (NYSE:AEE)
- A Free Kitten, But It's An Ugly Kitten (NASDAQ:ALXA)
- She's Beautiful, Rich, and Has Huge Tracts Of Land (NYSE:ALEX)
- Motor City lessons for Verizon strikers
More to life
Help Whitney and KIPPsters climb the mountain
This July, Whitney Tilson is taking on two Alps giants in honor of the 5,711 KIPPsters climbing the mountain to college.
One of KIPP's primary mottos is "climbing the mountain to college." Over the course of five days, he'll climb Mt. Blanc and the Matterhorn.
I support KIPP to help more KIPP students make it to and through college. You can do so online by clicking here.
Disclosure: I am/we are long IM, LXK, ALXA.
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Additional disclosure: Chris DeMuth Jr and Andrew Walker are portfolio managers at Rangeley Capital. We invest with a margin of safety by buying securities at discounts to their intrinsic value and unlocking that value through corporate events. To maximize returns for our investors, we reserve the right to make investment decisions regarding any security without notification except where notification is required by law. We manage diversified portfolios with a multi-year time horizon. Positions disclosed in articles may vary in sizing, hedges, and place within the capital structure. Disclosed ideas are related to a specific price, value, and time. If any of these attributes change, then the position might change (and probably will).
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