Boingo WirelessInc.'s board asked its stockholders to elect the board's nominees inan April 28 definitive proxy statement.
Earlier, Ides Capital Management LP affiliates, who are shareholdersof Boingo, wrote to thecompany urging it to expand its board, and elect the two independent candidatesthat Ides Capital had nominated.The company, however, said that it could not appoint the nominees as Ides Capitalhad refused the invitation from the company to interview their nominees.
In its proxy statement, the company made its own nominations,urging their shareholders to elect them.
The annual meeting for the shareholders is set for June 9.