SunAir Services, parent company of Middleton Pest Control,  filed its Form 10-Q for the quarter ended March 21, 2009 (the second quarter of its fiscal year) yesterday.  SunAir has been the subject of takeover speculation, having rebuffed an offer from Florida competitor Massey Services, then engaging an investment banking firm to assist in reviewing strategic options.  The report, in addition to including the financial information gives an update on its litigation with the dissident shareholder group and reported on the results of ts annual meeting.  The 10-Q reported that the nominees from the company’s board slate were all elected by the shareholders, with the smallest margin 75-25, reflecting the voting of the Coconut Palm proxy which is the subject of litigation.  Read the whole 10-Q here.

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