|Bid||149.95 x 800|
|Ask||161.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||159.00 - 160.80|
|52 Week Range||111.61 - 163.94|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||76.98|
|Earnings Date||Jul 18, 2018 - Jul 23, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||157.26|
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If you just look at headlines, you might jump to the conclusion that Procter & Gamble , Athenahealth and Chipotle Mexican Grill are all stocks that so-called activist investors have targeted. But I'd posit that only ATHN truly is.
Jonathan Bush wrote an inspiring memo to employees as he left AthenaHealth, the health records company he cofounded in 1997. AthenaHealth co-founder and CEO Jonathan Bush announced this week that he'd step down amidst a takeover battle. In his goodbye memo to employees, he acknowledged his own obsolescence -- a refreshingly rare point of view in tech circles, where company founders are often viewed as indispensable.
Athenahealth Inc. co-founder Jonathan Bush stepped down as president and chief executive amid takeover pressure from an activist hedge fund and roughly a week after apologizing for domestic abuse involving his then-wife more than a decade ago. The health-software company on Wednesday said that the departure of Mr. Bush was effective immediately and that the firm had begun exploring strategic alternatives, a move that could lead to a sale or other changes. Athenahealth didn’t name an interim CEO.
Piper Jaffray Analyst Sean Wieland discusses his call on Athenahealth. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
The co-founder and CEO of athenahealth is stepping down and the medical software company is exploring a potential sale. The resignation of Jonathan Bush is effective immediately. Athenahealth Inc. said Wednesday that Chairman Jeff Immelt, the former leader of General Electric Co., will become executive chairman.
Let the bidding begin for Athenahealth Inc. The health-care technology company on Wednesday said controversial leader and co-founder Jonathan Bush would step down following allegations of inappropriate behavior toward female employees and physical abuse of his ex-wife. Bush, the nephew of President George H.W. Bush, was perceived to be one of the biggest impediments to a sale of Athenahealth.
The company is in talks with third parties regarding a potential deal and the board has started looking for a replacement for Bush, it said. Athenahealth's shares rose as much as 8 percent to $163.94 in early trading. Elliott in May proposed an offer of $160 per share in cash for the company, valuing it at about $6.9 billion.
Shares of the Watertown-based health IT company were up 4 percent on Wednesday following the announcement.
Amid a storm of sexual misconduct allegations against its top executive and a takeover attempt by Elliott Management Corp., Athenahealth, Inc (NASDAQ: ATHN ) announced Wednesday the immediate resignation ...
The announcement comes as Bush faces allegations of past misconduct against women, including former employees at the company.
Athenahealth Inc. said Wednesday it has begun exploring "strategic alternatives," in which the hospital and ambulatory services company will consider a sale, merger or other transaction. The company said Chief Executive Jonathan Bush has stepped down from his role, which he has held since co-founded the company in 1997, effective immediately. The New York Post reported last week that sexual harassment claims against Bush were settled in 2009.
As part of its strategic review, Athenahealth says it would consider a sale, merger or remaining an independent company. Athenahealth is fighting a takeover offer for $160 a share from Paul Singer's activist firm Elliott Management. Athenahealth ATHN said Wednesday it is considering strategic alternatives as its CEO Jonathan Bush steps down, effective immediately, as he faces allegations including that he attacked his then wife 13 years ago.
Jonathan Bush Steps Down as President, CEO and Director of athenahealth; Jeff Immelt Appointed Executive Chairman; CFO Marc Levine to Assume Additional Operational Responsibilities; Board Member Dr. Amy ...
Complaint was settled in 2009, comes after revelation of altercation with wife in 2006Bloomberg NewsJonathan Bush, founder and CEO of Athenahealth Inc., speaks in 2011. As the health care CEO fends off a takeover attempt by activist investor Elliott Management, Bush is being forced to face a second allegation of his mistreatment of women. In the case, also lodged against the company, from March 2009, the female employee, who reported directly to Bush, also accused him of making “sexually oriented remarks” about her and other female employees, the civil complaint, filed with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination alleges.
Athenahealth Inc (ATHN.O) said on Tuesday that its Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Bush had issued an apology after the U.K.'s Daily Mail newspaper reported that he had assaulted his former wife 14 years ago. The Daily Mail said on Saturday that Bush had struck his former wife, Sarah Seldon, and verbally assaulted her more than a decade ago, citing documents from a custody battle in Massachusetts family court. Athenahealth spokeswoman Holly Springer did not respond to questions about whether the company's board would meet to discuss the assault, which Bush said occurred while going through a divorce.
Jonathan Bush, the CEO of the Watertown’s health IT company, said he takes “complete responsibility for all these regrettable incidents.”
Bush said in a statement he takes "complete responsibility for all these regrettable incidents."