Barry Diller's QVC Network Wednesday said Paramount directors have adopted unfair bidding procedures -- a sign that Paramount has yet to squelch criticism that it's playing favorites among suitors.
The Paramount board of directors met Monday afternoon to decide the best way to comply with a stern Delaware Supreme Court ruling that the company must shop itself fairly to all interested bidders.
Seeking to comply with a stern Delaware Supreme Court ruling that Paramount must shop itself fairly to all interested bidders, the company's board of directors is scheduled to meet this afternoon to…
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Delaware Chancery Court has handed Barry Diller's QVC Network its biggest victory yet in the ongoing battle for Paramount Communications Inc.
Tendered shares of Paramount Communications stock were running about 58-to-1 in Viacom's favor on the eve of a Delaware court's expected ruling on the palatability of a poison pill.