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3D M&A

27 Oct 2016 By Neil Unmack

The U.S. industrial firm is feuding with the hedge fund over two 3D-printing companies. It refused to cave in to Elliott on one, opting for a rival instead, and raised its bid on the other. This is a decent enough compromise and will stop activists from seeing GE as easy prey.

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