Steel Partners makes offer for Noritz

September 12th, 2008
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Steel Partners has offered to buy-out Noritz Corp, a Japanese gas and water heater maker, for $394 million. Steel Partners currently is the company’s #1 shareholder with an 18.7% stake in the company. In a statement, the activist hedge fund vented its frustration with management and stated that its offer was largely due to Steel’s "frustration and concern over the rapidly deteriorating performance."
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Steel Partners
Related People: Joshua Schechter; Lawrence Butler; Warren G. Lichtenstein
Related Entities: Steel Partners; Steel Partners II Master Fund LP; Steel Partners Japan Strategic Fund; Steel Partners LLC; WebFinancial LP
Related Article Tags: Shareholder Activists, Corporate Raiders and Proxy Battles


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