Original article by Darren Davidson
The Australian – Page: 17 & 20 : 14-Sep-17
The Supreme Court of New South Wales has heard allegations that Ten Network administrator KordaMentha had not provided creditors with sufficient information about the value of a joint bid by Lachlan Murdoch and Bruce Gordon. Andrew Bell, QC told the court that Ten shareholders would receive more value from the joint bid than the offer from US-based CBS Corporation, which was endorsed by KordaMentha. He said that unlike the CBS offer, the Murdoch-Gordon bid would have treated all creditors equally.
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