Examples of Permitted Offer in a sentence
At the time that 20% or more of the outstanding ENR stock is actually acquired (other than in connection with a Permitted Offer), the exercise price of each Right will be adjusted so that the holder (other than the person or member of the group that made the acquisition) may then purchase a share of ENR stock at one-third of its then-current market price.
A tender or exchange offer for all outstanding Common Stock at a price and on terms determined by the Board of Directors prior to the purchase to be adequate and in the best interests of the Corporation and its stockholders (other than the Acquiring Person) is a Permitted Offer under the Rights Agreement.
Rights, however, may only be exercised if a person or group has acquired, or commenced a public tender for 20% or more of the outstanding ENR stock, unless the acquisition is pursuant to a tender or exchange offer for all outstanding shares of ENR stock and a majority of the Board of Directors determines that the price and terms of the offer are adequate and in the best interests of shareholders (a Permitted Offer).
A Permitted Offer does not trigger the exercisability of the Rights.
The Company's Board of Directors may amend the terms of the Rights at any time prior to the time a person or group acquires 20% or more of the outstanding ENR stock (other than in connection with a Permitted Offer) and may amend the terms to lower the threshold for exercise of the Rights.