IR to stockholders: 'Beware' Vishay's board nominations, tender offer

Deffree, Managing Editor, News, Suzanne
October 2008
Electronic News;10/6/2008, Vol. 54 Issue 40, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports on the request of International Rectifier Corp.'s (IR's) for their stockholders not to tender their shares following $23 per share offer from Vishay Intertechnology Inc. According to Richard J. Dahl, IR Chairman, the Vishay offer is inadequate and should be rejected by their shareholders. IR urges their stockholders to vote for IRF's directors at the 2007 annual meeting versus a highly conditional inadequate $23 offer.


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