Paper Bid

Paper Bid

A request to buy a publicly-traded company in which the offering company offers to purchase shares in the target company with shares or bonds in itself. Many offers to buy a company include both paper and cash, but a paper bid is exclusively non-cash. How profitable a paper bid is for target company shareholders depends on the market value of the stocks and bonds.
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As part of an unconventional election process, residents elect their leader raffle-style by collecting $1 per paper bid and then combining them in a hat.
The Company also stated that with Greater Giving Mobile Bidding, attendees can bid on auction items using their own smartphones, or at bidding stations on tablets or laptops, which moves away the process from manual paper bid sheets in crowded rooms.
The 168-year-old Sunday paper bid farewell with an apology over the phone hacking scandal.
Shares in Morrisons have since fallen, meaning its all paper bid is now valued at just pounds 2.
The former MMB manufacturing arm faces a strong cash challenge to its paper bid to prevail as Britain's largest dairy operation.
BidPal's handheld bidding devices eliminate paper bid sheets, while making bidding easy and exciting for guests.
July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- For the first time ever this past May, the Town of Vail, CO traded in the one-time paper bid process it normally uses to acquire construction services.
7billion cash and paper bid for Smurfit just over a month ago, and that remains open for acceptance until August 6.
To Purchase CD (Compact Disc) or paper bid documents, send email request to planwell@c2repro.
Mr Osmond remained silent yesterday on whether he will sweeten his paper bid of 630p a share, valuing the the company at pounds 5.
This innovative online strategy builds on the Rendell Administration's larger use of technology to replace the cumbersome sealed paper bid format of previous municipal auctions.