Schedule 13E-3

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Schedule 13E-3

A form that a company must file with the SEC during a management buyout. That is, the schedule 13E-3 is filed when the senior management of a publicly-traded company buys all of the company's shares outstanding. A schedule 13E-3 is necessary because it stops trade on the company's stock and allows the company to operate without recourse to shareholders.

Schedule 13E-3

An SEC form that must be filed when a company is taken private. See also going private.
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On May 1, 2006 the Company filed a Preliminary Proxy Statement on form PREM14A and details of the transaction on Schedule 13E3 as part of the merger process with the Securities Exchange Commission ("SEC").
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