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Appraisal Takeaways From AOL

Law360 (March 8, 2018, 12:32 PM EST) -- Recently in In re Appraisal of AOL Inc., the Delaware Court of Chancery, in an opinion by Vice Chancellor Sam Glasscock, relied solely on its own discounted cash flow, or DCF, analysis to appraise the fair value of AOL Inc. below the deal price paid in its acquisition by Verizon Communications Inc. While reiterating that deal price is the best evidence of fair value and must be taken into account when appraising “Dell‑compliant” transactions (i.e., those where “(i) information was sufficiently disseminated to potential bidders, so...
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