SandRidge and its activist shareholder have different plans for the company’s future

SandRidge Energy is embroiled in a proxy fight with a group of activist shareholders, who want to replace the board and management, reducing spending and consider selling the company.

BY ADAM WILMOTH Published: February 24, 2013
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A little more than halfway into the proxy vote between SandRidge Energy Inc. and dissident shareholder TPG-Axon, the rhetoric on both sides is heating up.

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