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VIGGLE DIRECTORS SOLD CEO THE FIRM'S CROWN JEWEL TOO CHEAPLY, SUIT SAYS Mule v. Sillerman

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VIGGLE DIRECTORS SOLD CEO THE FIRM'S CROWN JEWEL TOO CHEAPLY, SUIT SAYS Mule v. Sillerman

30 No. 23 WJCODL 7Westlaw Journal Corporate Officers & Directors Liability (Approx. 3 pages)

30 No. 23 Westlaw Journal Corporate Officers & Directors Liability 7
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Breach of Duty
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VIGGLE DIRECTORS SOLD CEO THE FIRM'S CROWN JEWEL TOO CHEAPLY, SUIT SAYS

Mule v. Sillerman

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Loyalty marketing firm Viggle Inc.'s CEO misused his controlling interest in the company to pressure its directors into selling him its prize asset for a lowball price that shortchanged investors, according to a breach-of-duty suit filed in New York...
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