Tag: hostile takeover

Martin Marietta to try new approach in pursuit of Vulcan

December 3, 2012By

Martin Marietta Materials Inc. was unsuccessful earlier this year in its hostile takeover attempt of Vulcan Materials Co. […]

Martin Marietta-Vulcan ruling explained further

July 11, 2012By

Bloomberg reports that the Delaware Supreme Court has expanded on a May 31 ruling, concluding in a 42-page […]

Will Martin Marietta ever succeed in taking over Vulcan?

June 1, 2012By

It’s the question that’s had the aggregates industry, as well as the financial analysts and law specialists following […]

Martin Marietta loses appeal of Vulcan bid ruling

May 31, 2012By

Reuters reports that Martin Marietta Materials Inc. lost its appeal to overturn a court order that halted its […]

Vulcan Materials CEO sued by company’s founding family

May 29, 2012By

Members of the founding family of Vulcan Materials Co. have sued CEO Don James and directors, The Birmingham News reports. […]

Court denies Martin Marietta’s motion for a stay

May 15, 2012By

Vulcan Materials Co. says a court has denied Martin Marietta Materials‘ motion for a stay on an order […]

Judge rules in Vulcan Materials’ favor; Martin Marietta to appeal

May 7, 2012By

Judge Leo E. Strine Jr. of the Delaware Chancery Court made a decision to block Martin Marietta Materials […]

Vulcan Materials’ letter urges shareholders to reject takeover offer

April 30, 2012By

Vulcan Materials Co. has filed definitive proxy materials with the Securities and Exchange Commission in connection with its […]