Glasscock Tosses Claim to Breakup Fee in Failed Merger
A Delaware Court of Chancery judge on Friday dealt a major blow to Energy Transfer Equity's bid to recover a breakup fee from a failed merger with The Williams Cos. Inc., saying the pipeline company's decision to walk away from the once-promising deal wiped out most of its claims to the $1 billion payment.
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