- We contacted top radio execs who have experience acquiring stations, they say the Cumulus board should have taken Warshaw’s money and run – here’s why they didn’t.
- Those same execs broke down the real Cumulus numbers for you to read and have concluded the company Warshaw was willing to pay $15-17 a share for is actually worth $7 a share or even less – read their notes and numbers.
- Just in case Warshaw comes back and offers more money for a company that was worth far less than his financial group was willing to pay, here’s why the deal still doesn’t work.
- Why shareholders may be contacting their lawyers even as we write this.
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