Clear Channel finally set a date for the shareholder vote that would allow it to go private and make a fortune for the Mays principals and their Wall Street cronies.
The date they chose was at the very end of the legal limit -- imagine that, Clear Channel pushing the legal limit -- the end of September.
Clear Channel has to win the vote.
There is no Supreme Court available to steal this election. And in the state of Texas, when a shareholder fails to return their proxy, it's counted as a "no".
Meanwhile the buyout price is $39.20, but Clear Channel's stock has been bouncing between the low $30's to the high $30&hellip
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