According to Reuters, Donerail Group is pushing Mobile Mini (MINI) to explore a sale

  • September 11, 2019

POTENTIAL DEAL DETAILS

Stock Mobile Mini, Inc. Symbol MINI
Date Announced 09/11/2019 Source Reuters
Type News Report
Date of Confirmation: 03/02/2020 Price at Confirmation: $38.99
Potential Profit: 13.01% Annualized Profit: 27.46%

The Donerail Group, an investment firm led by former activist hedge fund Starboard Value LP executive William Wyatt, has built a stake in Mobile Mini Inc (MINI) and is pushing the world’s largest provider of portable storage solutions to explore a sale, people familiar with the matter said.

Update(s):

September 26, 2019: WillScot Corp (WSC), the largest U.S. provider of mobile office trailers, has made an offer to acquire Mobile Mini Inc (MINI), the biggest U.S. provider of portable storage solutions, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

September 26, 2019: Hedge fund Elliott Management Corp has amassed a stake in Mobile Mini Inc (MINI), the biggest U.S. provider of portable storage containers for businesses, and is pushing it to merge with WillScot Corp (WSC), the largest U.S. vendor of mobile office trailers, people familiar with the matter said on Thursday.

March 02, 2020: WillScot Corporation (WSC) and Mobile Mini, Inc. (MINI) today announced the companies have entered into a definitive merger agreement under which WillScot, a leading specialty rental services provider of innovative modular space and portable storage solutions across North America, will combine with Mobile Mini, a leading provider of portable storage solutions serving customers in the U.S., U.K., and Canada.

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