Stockholder may force Simpson sale

Begin, Sherri
March 2000
Automotive News;3/27/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5867, p28B
Trade Publication
Reports that major shareholder MMI Investments II-A LP of New York is calling for the possible sale of automobile supplier Simpson Industries Inc. despite record earnings in 1999. Slide in Simpson's stock price; Alleged Simpson's lack of an effective acquisition program; Proposals presented by MMI.


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