USA: Cal-Maine Foods forms committee to explore possibility of going private
Cal-Maine Foods, Inc. (Nasdaq:CALM) announced that at a special meeting of its Board of Directors held Monday, September 10, 2001, the Directors unanimously voted to explore the possibility of the Company becoming privately held. While no final decision has been made, a special committee of three independent directors has been appointed to investigate the feasibility of such action and to ensure that the best interests of the Company and its shareholders are served.
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