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Office Depot Announces Cash Tender Offer For 6.25% Senior Notes Due 2013

Office Depot (ODP), a provider of office supplies and services that helps customers save time, announced that it has commenced a cash tender offer to purchase up to $250.0 million aggregate principal amount of its outstanding 6.25% Senior Notes due 2013.

The tender offer is scheduled to expire on March 16, 2012, unless extended or earlier terminated. Holders of notes must tender and not withdraw their notes at or before the early tender date, which is on March 2, 2012, unless extended, to receive the "Total Consideration."

The company noted that it will have the option, at its discretion, for settlement of notes validly tendered on or before the early tender date and accepted for purchase by Office Depot to occur on an early settlement date, which is anticipated to be March 13, 2012. It is anticipated that the settlement date for notes validly tendered on or before the expiration date and accepted for purchase by Office Depot will be March 19, 2012.

by RTTNews Staff Writer

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