As hostile takeovers became a seemingly common and acknowledged part of most capitalistic business practices, the over-all belief during the rise of these conglomerates was that occupant management can take no action whatsoever in order to effectively prevent an unwanted and hostile takeover. The only available defensive mechanism for these businesses was the poison pill. … Continue reading Does the poison pill strategy bring in litigation uncertainty?
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