WESTBOROUGH, Mass. — Several shareholder-rights law firms last week said they were examining the private-equity takeover of BJ's Wholesale Club to see if the company acted in the best interest of investors by accepting a $2.8 billion offer. “Our investigation concerns possible breaches of fiduciary duty and other violations of law related to the approval of the transaction by company's board of directors; in particular, whether the company undertook a fair process to obtain fair ...
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