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Hudson’s Bay Company agrees to sweetened takeover bid by Baker group

The agreement values HBC at about $1.9 billion.

21.10.2019

The Hudson’s Bay Company takeover bid values the company at about $1.9 billion.

The agreement values HBC at about $1.9 billion.

The Baker-led group holds a 57 per cent stake in the retailer and includes Rhone Capital, WeWork Property Advisors, Hanover Investments (Luxembourg) and Abrams Capital Management.

Read more: Globalnews.ca

yah no really. wow considering this company used to own the majority of Canada, and now is only worth 1.9B

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