On April 2, AirTran Holdings AAI raised its offer for Midwest Air Group MEH again. The new offer is composed of $9 in cash and 0.5842 AirTran shares for each Midwest share, valuing the total deal around $390 million. We now think that most of the value in the deal accrues to Midwest shareholders. ...
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Use an ETF to short an overvalued and heavily uncertain industry.
As 2005 draws to a close, our performance continues to be solid all around, with some bright spots and a few areas for further improvement. Our contrarian stance on large-cap and energy stocks has weighed on our results recently, but we're still confident that those calls will work out in the end. ...
AirTran's proposed merger with Midwest Airlines will enhance shareholder value.
...That Shareholders Should Refuse.
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