Unaffected stock price

From Deallawyers.com, observing that the decision can be read as a pretty direct rebuke to the lower Court, and focusing on the Delaware Supreme Court’s finding that the lower court decision appeared “results-oriented.”

From Bloomberg Law, arguing that Aruba harms appraisal arbitrage (despite rejecting unaffected stock price), but concluding that “ . .

Law360 [$$] ran this piece today, Are Delaware Courts Last To Believe In Efficient Markets?, discussing Delaware Chancery’s Aruba decision, its treatment of the efficient market hypothesis, and the Supreme Court’s upcoming hearing of the appeal, which will take place this Wednesday, March 27, 2019.

We have written on Aruba previously, along with its