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(Reuters) – Activist hedge fund Starboard Value LP followed Bristol-Myers Squibb Co’s second-largest investor, Wellington Management, in opposing the drugmaker’s $74 billion purchase of biotech Celgene Corp on Thursday, sowing further doubt on what would be the largest pharmaceutical takeover ever. The shareholder unrest raises the stakes for Bristol-Myers and Chief Executive Giovanni Caforio, who is turning to dealmaking to revive the New York-based company’s fortunes after its most important growth driver, the cancer immunotherapy Opdivo, fell behind Merck & Co rival Keytruda in overall sales and the most lucrative lung cancer arena cufflinks for sale.

Bristol-Myers shareholders will get to vote on the Celgene acquisition on April 12. Wellington’s and Starboard’s statements kick off a race between proponents and opponents of the deal to win over a majority of Bristol-Myers shareholders. Starboard reported on Thursday that it now owns 4.4 million shares, or 0.3 percent of Bristol’s outstanding shares, while Wellington owns an 8 percent stake. But with a reputation as one of corporate America’s most effective agitators, Starboard is seeking to win over more Bristol-Myers shareholders cufflinks for sale.

In a letter to Bristol-Myers shareholders on Thursday, Starboard said it plans to vote against what it called a “poorly conceived and ill-advised” deal. It said Bristol should instead consider other options, including selling itself. Starboard also criticized the record of the company’s management, saying the drugmaker has underperformed the S&P 500 index by more than 40 percent over Caforio’s tenure cufflinks for sale. “These results are not reflective of a management team and board of directors that has earned the right, in our view, to execute on a ‘bet the company’ acquisition,” Starboard Chief Investment Officer Jeffrey Smith wrote in the letter..

The hedge fund said it would sue Bristol for internal documents in Delaware court to gain a better understanding of how management decided to make the offer for Celgene. Starboard’s letter came only hours after Wellington came out against the deal, criticizing it as too risky and expensive. Such a public stance was unusual for one of the world’s largest fund managers, with $1 trillion in assets. Sources have told Reuters that Dodge & Cox, Bristol-Myers’ fifth largest shareholder, is also unhappy with the deal cufflinks for sale.