By Sarah Wheeler in HousingWire on September 8, 2020 On Nov. 17, stockholders of CoreLogic will get to cast their vote on whether to replace the current board of directors with nominees proposed by Cannae Holdings and Senator Investment Group at a special meeting. In a letter to stockholders, CoreLogic urged them not to sign a proxyRead More →

By Andrew G. Simpson in InsuranceJournal on August 9, 2020 The board of directors of data and analytics firm CoreLogic (NYSE: CLGX) has called a special meeting of shareholders for November 17, 2020 to consider the replacement of up to nine directors with nominees chosen by the two firms looking to buy outRead More →

By McCord Pagan in Law360 on July 15, 2020 Law360 (July 15, 2020, 10:34 PM EDT) — The Federal Trade Commission is investigating an unsolicited, rejected proposal by Weil-led Cannae Holdings and Cadwalader-guided Senator Investment Group to take private real estate analytics business CoreLogic in a deal valuing it at $7Read More →

Cannae and Senator will have to improve their bid to see the financials CoreLogic insists By Mary Ann Azevedo in HousingWire on July 20, 2020 The attempted $7 billion takeover bid of property data and analytics company CoreLogic (NASDAQ: CLGX) by two of its major investors is getting more hostile by the day.Read More →

CoreLogic meets with representatives of Investors Cannae Holdings and Senator Investments that $7 Billion bid does not appropriately reflect current guidance and business momentum By Scott Deveau  in Insurance Journal | July 15, 2020 CoreLogic Inc. met with two of its investors for the first time Tuesday to discuss their $7 billionRead More →