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In 2011, Celera Corp. reached a non-cash settlement with shareholders who alleged that the company’s board breached fiduciary duties during Celera’s 2011 merger with Quest Diagnostics. Ever since, Celera’s largest shareholder, the private equity firm BVF Partners, has been objecting to the deal on the grounds that it accomplished little besides generating money for plaintiffs lawyers.

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