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3 lawsuits challenge Enventis sale

July 23, 2014
Associated Press

MANKATO, Minn. (AP) — Three stockholder lawsuits are challenging the sale of the Mankato-based telecommunications company Enventis.

The lawsuits filed in Blue Earth County claim the sale to Consolidated Communications will leave stockholders with a "paltry" return for their investment. The court filings say Enventis directors and board members have made it difficult for other potential buyers to make a better offer than the $350 million in Consolidated Communications stock.

Enventis spokeswoman Jennifer Spaude tells The Free Press ( ) it's not uncommon for stockholder lawsuits to be filed when publicly traded companies go through mergers or acquisitions. Spaude says she cannot comment directly on the litigation.


Information from: The Free Press,



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