Not Supported by AEP Founder McClendon
The latest chapter of the Aubrey McClendon/Chesapeake (ticker: CHK) saga has closed. For now.

On April 14, 2015, a subsidiary of American Energy Partners (AEP) agreed to hand over 6,000 acres in Ohio and pay up to $25 million to Chesapeake, ultimately settling a lawsuit launched by the latter E&P in February. Chesapeake alleged that McClendon, its co-founder, stole confidential land leasing documents and maps before he was pushed out of his Chief Executive Officer role in early 2013. McClendon went...


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