Schedule 14D-1

Schedule 14D-1

A form one must file with the SEC when making a tender offer for a publicly-traded company if the success of the tender offer will result in one holding more than 5% of that company. Schedule 14D-1 is intended to increase transparency in the market and makes a stealth hostile takeover much more difficult.

Schedule 14D-1

An SEC form that must be filed by an individual making a tender offer for securities if a successful tender would result in the individual's ownership of more than 5% of the class of securities.
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PC DOCS'') announced today that the Board of Directors has received from Open Text Corporation a Schedule 14D-1 filed on May 4, 1999 with the U.
NASDAQ: ISGI) today announced that it has received a notice of a second Schedule 14D-1 filing and unsolicited notice of a tender offer by Elfworks, Inc.
The memorandum of understanding will also be filed today with the SEC as an exhibit to both an amendment to Daniel's Schedule 14D-9 and an amendment to Emerson's Schedule 14D-1.
Enersis expects to publish the terms of its Chilean offer tomorrow in Chile and will file a Schedule 14D-1 with the Securities and Exchange Commission shortly.
The specifics of the tender offer are contained in the Offer to Purchase, Letter of Transmittal and all accompanying documents as required to be filed in Schedule 14D-1 with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Endesa intends to file a Schedule 14D-1 relating to the US Offer with the U.
The offer is being made pursuant to a Tender Offer Statement on Schedule 14D-1 to be filed today by Albertson's, Inc.
A copy of the Supplement will be filed with Securities and Exchange Commission as an exhibit to Manticore's Schedule 14D-1.