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Mentor hires advisors for Cadence bid

6/30/2008 02:00 PM EDT
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re: Mentor hires advisors for Cadence bid
Adolpho   7/1/2008 12:55:32 PM
I guess most readers are too young to remember the last all-cash, non-solicited and unwanted bid by one EDA company for another. It was 20-something years ago when Daisy made an all cash bid for NeoCad. Daisy got NeoCad but died in the process. I wonder will history repeat itself?

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