Digex Case Is Wake-Up Call for institutional Investors

Rubenstein, Bruce
June 2001
Corporate Legal Times;Jun2001, Vol. 11 Issue 115, p64
Trade Publication
Reports the impact of the trial of web-hosting company, Digex Inc. on the institutional investors in the United States. Details on the acquisition of Digex by WorldCom Inc.; Corporate history of Digex Inc.; Role of the Delaware Section 203 on the minority stockholders.


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