Schedule 13D


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Schedule 13d

Disclosure form required when more than 5% of any class of equity securities in a publicly held corporation is purchased.

Schedule 13D

A form that an individual or organization must file with the SEC declaring the purchase of 5% or more of a publicly-traded company's voting stock. The Schedule 13D form must be filed within 10 days of such a transaction. When an investor buys a large amount of voting stock, it gives him/her a degree of control over the company's operations and may be a harbinger of a takeover attempt. Schedule 13D exists to promote transparency in the market and to comply with Rule 13D.

Schedule 13D

An SEC form required of anyone who acquires ownership of 5% or more of any publicly traded corporation's equity securities. The schedule must be filed with the SEC within ten business days of the date on which the 5% threshold has been reached.
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Wells Fargo analyst Philip Winslow notes that Starboard Value LP submitted a Schedule 13D filing to the SEC indicating that the company now owns 7.5% of Box.
We expect to make appropriate amendments to the Sponsors' Schedule 13D, as required under applicable securities laws, disclosing this Proposal promptly upon delivery.
In conjunction with the offer, Ergon filed an amendment to its Schedule 13D (the "13D Amendment") with the US Securities and Exchange Commission to acquire all the outstanding common units and Series A preferred units of Blueknight Energy Partners LP not already owned by Ergon and its affiliates.
In addition, two or more persons that are the economic owners of stock in a loss corporation may join together to report their combined beneficial interest on a single Schedule 13D or Schedule 13G filing with the SEC.
Investors cannot assume that the availability, or lack thereof, of the HSR Act's passive investment exemption will be determinative of their SEC reporting requirements, such as whether they can report beneficial ownership on Schedule 13G, which requires less information than Schedule 13D. The SEC recently updated its Compliance and Disclosure Interpretations (Question 103.11) to address this issue.
has filed an amended Schedule 13D with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, disclosing that it has delivered a proposal to the Affinity Gaming board of directors to acquire all of Affinity's remaining outstanding common shares, the company said.
At 12:08 p.m., Aly filed a Schedule 13D form on the SEC's EDGAR system that claimed his group of six Chinese investors had a 5.1% beneficial ownership of IDT and had sent a letter to the board of directors offering to acquire all of the company's shares for a price that represented a 65% premium.
A Schedule 13D is required to be filed by any person or group within 10 days of acquiring ownership of more than 5 percent of a company's outstanding voting stock.
its Schedule 13D, announcing its proposed intervention, significant
This Part recommends a preemptive disclosure framework that requires three amendments to Rule 13d under the Securities Exchange Act: (1) shortening the current ten-day grace period for making a Schedule 13D filing disclosing when an investor or group acquires a five percent or greater stake in a public company, (2) broadening the definition of "group" under Rule 13d-5 in order to require all activist investors to name the other investors to whom they have disclosed their intention to engage in a proxy fight once they collectively acquire a five percent or greater stake in a public company, and (3) imposing penalties for activists who fail to fully disclose the identities of wolf-pack members.
Finally, pursuant to the terms of the Standstill Agreement, Bulldog agreed, among other things, to withdraw its stockholder proposals and director nominations for each of the funds upcoming annual meetings and the funds have been advised that Bulldog will file a copy of the agreement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, as an exhibit to its Schedule 13D.