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|Friday, June 25, 2010|
Corporate raider Carl Icahn has the option to purchase 9.5 percent of the stock in Wilsonville-based Mentor Graphics.
The company is taking a defensive measure against the purchase, a "poison pill" that will allow existing shareholders to purchase discounted stock if they own more than a certain number of the company's shares.
Read more at OregonLive.com.
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