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: According to a regulatory filing,
, the nation's No. 3 hamburger chain, and 9.8% holder
entered into a confidentiality agreement that allows the investor to explore a buyout. In the past, Nelson Peltz's Triarc, parent company of the Arby's fast food chain, said it was prepared to offer between $37 and $41 per share. Wendy's surged 3.3% or $1.05 at $33.04.
Speculation continues that
will spin-off its international cigarette unit, Philip Morris, according to various news sources. The company's board meets on Wednesday, and a Citigroup analyst sees an 80% to 90% probability of a tax free spinoff. The cigarette company dipped 74 cents to $69.34.
licensed non-exclusive, worldwide rights to its patented bacterial cell expression technology for phage display and other research, development and manufacturing of antibody products to
. XOMA will be paid $30 million upfront, in addition to milestone, royalty and other fees on future sales of all products subject to the license, including products currently in late-stage clinical development. XOMA shares rocketed 21.1% to $2.76, while Pfizer shares dropped 10 cents to $24.66.
Pharmacy benefit management provider
Medco Health Solutions
is buying diabetes services and supplies maker
in an all-cash transaction valued at $53 per share, or $1.5 billion. PolyMedica jumped $6.37, or 14.1%, to $51.66 and Medco added 18 cents at $86.29.
: SLS Management, which owns 11.8% of recreational vehicle maker
, said in a regulatory filing it wanted the company's board to explore "consolidation alternatives to maximize shareholder value." The firm said it believes the best alternative is a sale to factory-built home provider
. Fleetwood shares sank 14 cents to $8.96.
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