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Building products provider Headwaters (HW) said Sunday that it has agreed to be acquired by Australian construction materials supplier Boral for $24.25 per share, or $2.6 billion, in cash. Per the terms of the agreement, Headwaters' shareholders will receive $24.25 per share in cash, representing a roughly 21% premium to the target's closing $20.09 per share stock price on Nov. 18, and a 34% premium over its 30-day volume-weighted average closing stock price through Nov. 18. The deal comes after a recent acquisition spree for South Jordan, Utah-based Headwaters, which scooped up Dallas-based vinyl and aluminum windows and patio doors manufacturer Krestmark Industries in August for $240 million.
Bulleye TODAY- AMCC- Applied Micro Circuits- Small premium, but hey, I won't put down a gift horse in the mouth. Qualcom do you have any money left? :+ ) I don't like the 30 mill. termination fee rider on the deal. Unless there's a shop around period.
MACOM Technology Acquires Applied Micro Circuits for $8.36 per Share in $770 Mln Deal; Shares Halted.
Added to DSCI today. IMO the company kinda mortgaged itself with the BioD acquisition terms. However IMO compelling High risk / High reward. IMO the latest acquisition along with the latest divestiture, gives scale & compelling margins. This on a on a small cap, formally unprofitable company. I see their burn products being medical necessities . I could get burned, but the healing process has started.
P.S. The scale of wound care market by way of the BioD acquisition, although still small. IMO make it a compelling niche for a bigger player's medical portfolio. 3M - Allergen - J&J come to mind.
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