Chapter's Moves To Stave Off Bargain Hunters As Stock Slumps

April 2000
Book Publishing Report;04/24/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 17, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that Chapters Inc.'s board of directors has adopted a plan to protect shareholders' rights if bargain hunters try to take over the Canadian book retailer while its stock price is slumping. Price range of Chapters' stock in April 2000; Plans for investigating options to protect shareholders.


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