There is a tender offer for CLWR by DISH @$4.40. There is no "standing order".. whatever that means.
SEC rules prohibit DISH from buying any CLWR shares on the open market or in privately negotiated transactions while the tender offer remains in effect.
Hey Mr. Whigglee, why does clwr have to say anything. They did not regarding the last Dish offer, they just kept supporting the Sprint bid,ignoring dish. Why cannot they do the same and totally ignore Dish's bid and support the bid for which they get their compensation (bribe) package.It will then be up to us minoritiy shareholders just like before, to veto the sprint bid putting everything up inthe air.Then the key will be how well clwr holds its pps as a stand alone. That is one of my real open questions. I'm rethinking whether to sell on the open market if the pps gets back to 4.40 or close thereto. I'm totally mystified of where the sprint/sb vote will go onwed, if it is not pp.