Ingram Micro’s Federal Business May Not Require Sale

In the event that the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States demands that Ingram Micro divest its federal business to proceed with its takeout by Tianjin Tianhai/HNA Group, the remedy might be as simple as terminating contracts, and need not require the sale of a business, suggested sources in the distribution, legal, and investor communities.

HNA’s subsidiary Tianjin Tianhai agreed to acquire Ingram Micro for $38.90 per share in February, and since then Ingram has

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Sarah Cohen

Sarah Cohen

Sarah Cohen joined CTFN in August of 2015. Sarah is a New Jersey-based telecom and technology M&A reporter whose work has appeared in Forbes, TheStreet,, and many other publications including Mergermarket, where she worked for 10 years. Sarah has covered Yahoo, the data center space, new and incumbent telecoms, FCC matters, and CFIUS for CTFN. She has an MA in communications from Bowling Green State University and BA in English from the University of New Hampshire.


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