Anti-takeover measure


An action taken by a company's management side to prevent other acquiring firms from taking over. Such measures include poison pill which allows the company's shareholders to buy shares at a steep discount or allowing shareholders to buy the acquirer's shares at a cheap price. Other measures that will deter a company from being a sweet takeover target are the Crown jewel defense, scorched-earth defense, golden parachute ad the fatman defense.

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