SandRidge President James D. Bennett tells employees settlement aimed to end distractions

SandRidge Energy Inc. this week ended its four-month fight with shareholder TPG-Axon in a settlement in which the Oklahoma City energy company agreed to many of the New York shareholder's demands.
BY ADAM WILMOTH awilmoth@opubco.com Published: March 17, 2013
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An hour after SandRidge Energy Inc. announced its Wednesday settlement with dissident shareholder TPG-Axon Capital, new SandRidge President James D. Bennett told employees the company did not expect to lose control, but opted to settle to end the distraction.

Bennett also said it...

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