USA: IBP/Tyson - fighting it out - COMMENT
A US court has rejected Tyson Foods' petition to stay or dismiss IBP's lawsuit. March saw Tyson initiate its withdrawal from merging with IBP. Both companies have since filed lawsuits against the other. The rejection means that IBP still has a chance to enforce the original deal. But if the suit fails, IBP's value to potential new bidders will be considerably diminished and offer little reassurance to shareholders.
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