AEA pulls out of 'not-worth-it' takeover talks

June 2001
Professional Engineering;06/27/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p12
Trade Publication
Reports that AEA Technology PLC terminated talks of a possible sale to various interested buyers. Failure of prospective buyers to offer a purchase package which reflected the company's value; Decision to undergo a business reorganization and focus on rail and the environment; Move to sell its nuclear engineering business to Nukem Inc.


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