Harvard Bio Rejects $5 Per Share Buyout Offer from Investor | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Harvard Bioscience's board of directors on Friday unanimously rejected a buyout offer from Skystone Advisors for $5 a share. 
 
Skystone, a Cayman Islands-incorporated LLC with operations in Boston, has been investing in Harvard Bio since 2005 and currently owns around 15 percent of the company. Its offer represents a premium of around 11 percent over Harvard Bio’s trading price of $4.50 Friday afternoon, and values the firm at roughly $154 million based on 30.8 million shares outstanding.
 

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