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It’s Official: Quad Annexes Worldcolor

August 2010
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MONTREAL—The Deal of the Decade is complete. Worldcolor received final approval from the Quebec Superior Court for its "plan of arrangement," allowing it to be acquired by Quad/Graphics.

Each Worldcolor common share is to be converted into the right to receive 0.2154 shares of Quad/Graphics' class A common stock. Common shareholders will also receive $0.56 per share, or $48.4 million in the aggregate. Worldcolor preferred shareholders who elected redemption will receive cash consideration of approximately $8.86 per share.

Joel Quadracci, chairman, president and CEO of Quad/Graphics, joined family and company executives in the ringing of The Opening Bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on July 7. Quad's class A common stock is listed on NYSE under the symbol QUAD. It began trading July 6.


 

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