* Dissidents challenge founder's lucrative exit plan * Three-judge panel to rule late on Monday * Stock has surged on plan, earnings (In U.S. dollars unless noted) TORONTO, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Magna International shares could take a hit next week if an Ontario appeal court scuttles a billion-dollar plan to have founder Frank Stronach cede control of the auto parts giant and end the company's dual-share structure. The deal -- which would pay Stronach more than C$1 billion ($970 ...
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