It has done so selling a roughly 4% stake to the activist hedge fund, which will also get a front-row view of its board meetings. ValueAct will receive an “observer board” position that will give it access to directors and their deliberations, but not voting power, as part of the share purchase, whose price was not disclosed.

Seagate invites ValueAct Capital in as an investor

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