CEC Entertainment Buyout Price and Process Undermines Shareholder Rights: Deans & Lyons LLP
DALLAS, Jan. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Deans & Lyons LLP lawyers are investigating the buyout by Apollo for CEC Entertainment (NYSE: CEC) due to an allegedly inadequate price and improper sale process. Stockholders concerned about the deal, which represents only an 11.5% premium, should contact Deans & Lyons stockholder rights lawyers by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 214-499-0029.
"Apollo originally expressed an interest in purchasing CEC Entertainment for $55-56 per share," said shareholder rights lawyer Hamilton Lindley. "By permitting Apollo to purchase the company for $54 per share, the CEC board appears not to be fulfilling its duties to obtain the highest price reasonably available. The CEC Entertainment board also agreed to a poison pill that improperly locks up the transaction with Apollo. Our planned stockholder lawsuit seeks to remove these improper deal protections and fight for the highest price reasonably available."
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