Lear investor fights against bid as clock ticks


By Megan Davies and David Bailey NEW YORK/CHICAGO, March 26 (Reuters) - A large Lear Corp. shareholder increased efforts to oppose billionaire investor Carl Icahn's proposed $2.31 billion buyout, while a source familiar with the situation said it appeared unlikely the auto parts maker would receive a counterbid before the Monday night deadline. Richard Pzena, co-chief investment officer of Pzena Investment Management, appealed to proxy advisory firms to support his view that Icahn's deal ...

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