Antitakeover or poison pill strategy

Antitakeover or poison pill strategy is a strategy by a company to prevent an outside party or different corporations from acquiring their firm. Tactics include issuing additional shares of stock to shareholders who favors the current management of the company. This would make it hard for the acquiring company to change the current management of the firm they are trying to acquire.

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