Breaking News: Shareholders Reelect Casey’s Board

Casey’s General Stores Inc. today announced that, based on a preliminary vote count provided by its proxy solicitor, shareholders have reelected by a wide margin all eight of the company’s incumbent directors to Casey’s Board of Directors at the Company’s Annual Meeting held earlier today, Sept. 23. The incumbent directors include: Diane C. Bridgewater, Johnny

Couche-Tard Responds To Casey’s Rejection

Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. has responded to Casey’s General Stores Inc.’s rejection of its increased tender offer from $36 to $36.75 per share in cash, which was announced on July 22, 2010. “We are disappointed that the Casey’s Board of Directors has rejected our increased $36.75 cash offer and has initiated a recapitalization for only 25%

Casey’s Announces $500 Million Recapitalization Plan

Ankeny, Iowa-based Casey’s General Stores Inc.’s board of directors has unanimously approved a $500 million recapitalization plan for the company and has reaffirmed its strategy to continue to execute upon its growth plan. The recapitalization plan is expected to be executed through a modified “Dutch auction” self tender offer for up to $500 million of

Couche-Tard Pays Nominees $20,000 Each

As it continues in its bid to acquire Casey’s General Stores, Alimentation Couche-Tard plans to pay each of its independent nominees to the Casey’s board more than $20,000, according to a preliminary proxy it filed with U.S. regulators, New Brunswick Business Journal reported.   The nine candidates are set to receive a one-time payment and

Couche-Tard Boosts Casey’s Bid

Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. has increased its offer for Casey’s General Stores Inc. to $36.75 per share in an effort to persuade shareholders to back its takeover. The revised transaction has a total enterprise value of approximately $1.9 billion on a fully diluted basis, including net debt of Casey’s of approximately $28 million. Couche-Tard’s original offer was $36,

Casey’s Responds To Bid Extension

Casey’s General Stores Inc. has responded to Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc.’s recent extension of its non-binding, unsolicited $36 per share tender offer. The company also commented on Couche-Tard’s statement that only 9,792,196 shares of Casey’s common stock, which represent approximately 19.2% of Casey’s issued and outstanding shares, have tendered into the offer. “The low number of

Couche-Tard Reacts To Casey’s Lawsuit

Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. has responded to the lawsuit filed by Casey’s General Stores Inc. in connection with Couche-Tard’s tender offer to acquire Casey’s for $36.00 per share in cash. “We believe this lawsuit is entirely without merit and we will vigorously defend against these baseless claims. We are disappointed that the Casey’s Board of Directors

Casey’s Files Lawsuit

Casey’s General Stores Inc. on Friday, June 11, filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Iowa against Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc., alleging that Couche-Tard violated federal securities laws in connection with its unsolicited tender offer to purchase all of Casey’s outstanding shares for $36.00 per share in cash. As announced

Casey’s: Couche-Tard Using “Questionable Tactics”

Casey’s General Stores Inc.’s Board of Directors voted to recommend that Casey’s shareholders reject Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc.’s $36.00 per common share cash tender offer, stating that it substantially undervalues Casey’s and is not in the best interests of Casey’s, its shareholders and other constituencies. On June 8, Casey’s filed a Schedule 14D-9 with the Securities

Casey’s Urges Shareholders To Reject Bid

Ankeny, Iowa -based Casey’s General Stores Inc. is telling its shareholders to reject the hostile $1.9 billion buyout offer from Alimentation Couche-Tard, the Associated Press reported. Casey’s board said the $36-per-share bid from Canada’s Couche-Tard Inc. is too low and isn’t in Casey’s best interest. In a statement Tuesday, Casey’s CEO Robert Myers called the

Couche-Tard Nominates Casey’s Board Candidates

Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. has provided formal notice to Casey’s General Stores Inc. of its intention to nominate a slate of nine independent candidates for election to the Casey’s Board of Directors and present a proposal for shareholder action at Casey’s 2010 annual meeting of shareholders. “Though it remains our strong preference to enter into a

Casey’s Rejects Unsolicited Couche-Tard Bid

Following an unsolicited proposal from Alimentation Couche-Tard, Casey’s General Stores stock grew 20.7% to $38.10 in premarket trading Monday after the company unanimously rejected the offer, The Street reported. Casey’s received the unsolicited buyout proposal for $36 a share in cash on March 9. In a statement released on April 9, Casey’s said “the board

Couche-Tard Makes Unsolicited Bid for Casey’s Stores

Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc., the Canadian convenience-store chain, made an unsolicited bid for Casey’s General Stores Inc. for $36 a share in cash, BusinessWeek reported Couche-Tard offered the Ankeny, Iowa-based company, which operates more than 1,500 stores in the Midwest, 14% more than its closing price yesterday in Nasdaq Stock Market trading. Including about $29 million

css.php